From November 16-18 the joint EULIS-PCC-EGCLRKEN conference took place in Bratislava, Slovak Republic, held in the elegant historical building of the Slovak National Council. Over 90 delegates from 22 countries, including 13 Heads and deputy Heads of European countries were attending the conference focused on “Role of the Cadastre and Land Registration in the Interaction with Partners“.
During the summer 2016, EULIS conducted a study, based on a questionnaire, that focusses on the future of EULIS and the need for a European-wide property and land information portal.
Europe has a potential blue economy exceeding 500 billion Euros. The further growth in this sector might be supported by the set up of adequate marine cadastres that register rights like ownership titles, properties, restrictions, mortgages, encrumbrances, etc.
We are pleased to inform you that the Joint Conference of PCC, EuroGeographics and EULIS will be held in Bratislava on 16 – 18 November 2016. The main topic of the meeting will be “Role of the Cadastre and Land Registration in the Interaction with Partners
On Friday June 17, the ITEM (Institute for Transnational and Euregional cross border cooperation and Mobility) organised a workshop in Maastricht titled “Towards a Euregional Market of Transactions in Immovable Property and Hypothecary Financing“. EULIS was represented by Gerard Leenders.
More than 175 participants from national mapping cadastre & land registry authorities, public, private sector and academia attended the very well organized conference hosted by Kadaster.