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This dataset was last updated on LINZ Data Service on 03 Oct 2015.
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4:10 p.m. 24th June 2011
The Parcels layer reflects cadastral boundaries as surveyed and not all land to be formed as road will necessarily be a road parcel (especially for State highway relalignments. However I would expect that the topographic maps would reflect this information. This query has been passed on to the topographic team to assess and incorporate as necessary.
9:59 a.m. 28th June 2011
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9:46 p.m. 28th Sept. 2015
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What would be really nice is to have parcels flagged as different states. Something like "Approved" and "Submitted, Waiting Approval".
The Surveyor General's Office in South Africa keep a similar system. The Cape Town City Council maintain the 2 layers - "Approved" and the "SG" layer which is the approval layer.
Otherwise, looking good and definitely very usable.
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12:24 p.m. 15th July 2011
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