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  • Task Force on Property Boundaries
    Administrator Sunday 13 February 2011 00 00 The Inter Professional Task Force on Property Boundaries on which the Irish Institution of Surveyors is represented have now launched their website Why not take a look http www tfpb ie Last Updated

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  • Survey of Property Professionals
    Task Force on Property Boundaries on which the Irish Institution of Surveyors is represented is conducting a survey of property professionals barristers solicitors engineers surveyors planners auctioneers and architects to ascertain if they are experiencing any issues with boundary mapping in Ireland The Task Force would appreciate if you could take 5 minutes to complete the survey available at http www surveygizmo com s 263552 issues related to title maps

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  • New IIS Contact Details
    spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Office opening hours 9 00am 1 00pm Monday Friday The IIS office is now back in Dame Street For all correspondence please use the contact details below IIS Secretary Ms Vera DeStac Address Irish Institution of Surveyors 36 Dame Street Dublin2 Tel Fax 353 01 6774797 Email This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view

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  • Implementation of a property tax based on Land Value in Ireland
    s Workshop on the Implementation of a property tax based on Land Value in Ireland as announced by the Minister for Finance Mr Brian Lenihan TD during his budget speech on 9th December 2009 Site Value Tax The Information Implications DIT research team s presentation to the Urban Forum s Workshop on the Implementation of a property tax based on Land Value in Ireland as announced by the Minister for

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  • Dowloads available from Workshop 1 on Boundary Surveys
    1 Utilising GPS in Network RTK mode for Boundary Surveys Agenda PDF 40KB Discussion Document Should GNSS in NRTK mode be used for Boundary Surveys in Ireland PDF 40KB Presentation 1 Utilising GNSS in NRTK Mode for Boundary Surveys in Ireland PDF 1 58MB Presentation 2 Trimble VRS Now PDF 3 21MB Presentation 4 Possible Future Technological Developments for Boundary Surveying PDF 0 7MB Presentation 5 An examination of commercial

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  • INSPIRE - DIT Surveying & Mapping Developments Series
    An evening event to inform you about the EU INSPIRE Directive Thursday 19th November 16 00 19 00 Room 236 DIT Bolton Street The Department of Spatial Information Sciences at DIT is pleased to invite you to this event as part of its Developments Series of Programmes for Industry Programmes are also offered in its Fundamentals Series Specialisation Series and Showcase Series Attendance at this event is free of charge but registration is required It is supported by EuroSDR Compass Informatics Society of Chartered Surveyors and Irish Institution of Surveyors The INSPIRE Directive sets out the principles and rules for creating an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community Implementation of INSPIRE is via legally binding Implementing Rules the first of which became an EC Regulation on 24th December 2008 covering metadata In this CPD event learn about the current National and EU status of INSPIRE and ongoing implementation requirements Programme 16 00 Irish INSPIRE SI status and ISDI working group implementation and milestones Brian Kenny Department of Environment Heritage and Local Government 16 30 European experience INSPIRE Atlas of Implementation Methods Ingrid Vanden Berghe Director General IGN Belgium and EuroSDR Project lead er 17 00 Break 17 30

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  • Workshops for Boundary Surveys - Workshop 2
    for boundary surveys Workshop 2 Review of Standards for Boundary Surveys in Ireland Case Studies Aisling Hotel Dublin 7 beside Heuston Station Thursday 3rd December 2009 10am to 5pm lunch included The IIS Green Paper Proposing Reform of Boundary Surveys in Ireland published this time last year established a defined methodology and provisional accuracy standards for survey control and content for boundary surveys Many survey professionals IIS members and others attended a range of seminars during autumn 2007 and spring 2008 to assist in the development of these andards and certain practitioners have put this methodology and provisional standards into practice over the past year The intention of the workshop is to examine various case studies involving the implementation of these standards by different professionals to Examine the range of interpretations of the provisional standards and products produced by different professionals Provide a forum to debate any practical issues highlighted during the first year of operation Develop proposals for amending the proposed standards Attendance at Workshops Maximum participation at each of these workshops is 30 people so attendance will be at first come first served basis Therefore members are requested to book their places with Vera ASAP This e mail

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  • Workshops for Boundary Surveys - Workshop 1
    cannot be used Workshop 1 Utilising GPS in Network RTK mode for Boundary Surveys Aisling Hotel Dublin 7 beside Heuston Station Monday 28th September 2009 10am to 5pm lunch included The Topographic Survey Specification for Urban Projects published in May 2009 by the Quality Bus Network Project Office outlines a specification for high quality surveys in urban areas A copy of the specification is available at http www dublincity ie RoadsandTraffic QBNProjectOffice Pages QBNProjectOffice aspx It specifies the need for very accurate survey control on which to base the topographic survey but then states that GPS in network RTK mode cannot be used for the topographic survey because The GPS measurements are not connected to the survey control since each GPS observation is independent The GPS measurements are not consistent enough to supply the accuracy tolerances specified when surveying single points The network corrections supplied for each of the GPS observation are not saved which precludes re computation of the original observations to prove and certify the accuracy In theory then the use of GPS in network RTK mode for boundary surveys to achieve the standards proposed by the IIS Green Paper should also be precluded for these very same reasons Why provide a high quality baseline on which to base the boundary survey if the survey measurements are not connected to it All cadastral surveyors worldwide are faced with this dilemma so there is a need to develop new survey procedures which exploit the use of these modern surveying technologies This workshop aims to examine the characteristics of these new technologies the accuracies that can be achieved new developments expected the difficulties users can meet in the field and investigate viable survey procedures to permit their use in association with survey control A number of eminent international speakers will

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