GIS in Land and Property Management by P-TaylorFrancis

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									GIS in Land and Property Management
Author: Peter Wyatt
Author: Martin P. Ralphs



Edition: 1
Table of Contents

Section 1 Geographical Information Systems

Chapter 1 Setting the scene

Chapter 2 Maps and mapping

The map: a window on the world
Introducing coordinate systems and map projections
Bringing geographical information into the computer

Chapter 3 Mapping and analysis using GIS

Mapping and presenting information with GIS
Using geographical relationships in spatial analysis
Visualisation techniques

Section 2 GIS applications in land and property management

Chapter 4 Mapping, Land Information Systems and Conveyancing

Mapping property information
Land registration and land information systems
Property marketing and conveyancing

Chapter 5 Property Management

Local authority property management
Large landowners
Facilities management
Rural land management

Chapter 6 Planning and Development

Planning
Property development
Urban design, 3D modelling and interaction

Chapter 7 Retail, commercial and Financial Market Research

Geo-demographic analysis
Retail location planning
Business location planning
Insurance and finance

Chapter 8 Property market analysis

Visualisation of property data
Thematic mapping of property data
Property market analysis
Property research

Section 3 GIS issues in land and property management

Chapter 9 Information management

Data quality and liability
Data access
Data standards

Chapter 10 System and organisation management
The business case for GIS
GIS implementation
Organisation and administration

Chapter 11 Future prospects

The use of GIS in land and property management
New information markets in land and property management
National initiatives for land information
New methods of visualisation and data exploration
Description

Economists, geographers and surveyors are beginning to recognise the powerful tool which a
Geographical Information System (GIS) offers in effective property management. It provides a means of
managing land and property information digitally and in a geographical context, and allows for rapid
access to information and a means of analysing that information in a geographical context.
GIS in Land and Property Management shows how to use GIS, both in principle and in practice. It
introduces digital mapping and GIS, along with a brief history of the development of GIS and LIS, all with
an emphasis on property. In presenting the spectrum of GIS applications in property management it gives
a number of case studies from a variety of market sectors, and it analyses the issues to provide guidance
and a number of recommendations for the implementation of GIS. At the same time common themes and
issues are drawn out to present a coherent message for students and practitioners.
The book is useful for undergraduate and postgraduate students on land management, built environment,
economics and geography courses, and for property professionals, in both public and private sectors,
looking to GIS as a property management decision aid.

								
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