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August 1st, 2011
Spatial Parcel Improvement Project Update

As detailed in the August edition of Landwrap, the spatial parcel improvement (SPI) project captures and adjusts survey data from existing survey plans to improve the accuracy of the cadastre in high priority areas. The two-year project began mid 2010 and aims to have 95% of coordinates in the areas we work on, accurate to two metres. You can view the SPI project’s progress via the new SPI project page on the LINZ website. By using Google Earth or Google Maps, you can see what areas have been completed, as well as where work is currently underway. Read More