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University of KwaZulu-Natal (2004)

Designing and implementing a GIS-based cadastral database for land administration in the city of Asmara, Eritrea.

Gebreslasie, Michael Teweldemedhin

Titre : Designing and implementing a GIS-based cadastral database for land administration in the city of Asmara, Eritrea.

Auteur : Gebreslasie, Michael Teweldemedhin

Université de soutenance : University of KwaZulu-Natal

Grade : Master of Science in Applied Environmental Sciences 2004

Résumé
The knowledge and application of land information and GIS in Eritrea are very limited and as a result there is a shortage of sufficient, reliable, up-to-date and modem land information for decision-making. This study aimed to develop and design a GIS-based cadastral database for land administration in the city of Asmara, Eritrea. The two components of the cadastral data, the spatial and non-spatial were collected and processed in a GIS environment. GIS-based cadastral data was created to store the data. A recently acquired IKONOS image and existing Auto CAD data were the main sources of data for the study. Geo-rectification, conversion, ,building of topology, spatial adjustment, and digitizing were used’ for creating the parcels and roads of Asmara city. A key of relation was created to link both the spatial and non-spatial components of the cadastre. The study used illustrated practical examples to show how GIS-based cadastral data could support land administration as practiced by the different divisions of the Municipal Office of Asmara city. The importance and usage of the cadastral database for urban planners and property valuators were detailed. Spatial and network analysis were used to develop bands for creating a banded property appraisal system for assessing the service catchment area of hospitals and the only fire station. Further, a location allocation model was <,I:lso developed to recommend suitable sites for new fire stations in the city of Asmara. It is recommended that the Municipal Office of Asmara adopts the designed GIS-based database. It is also recommended there the major cities in Eritrea follow similar methodology to design and implement cadastre database for their administration.

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