PSMA’s CadLite dataset provides a spatial representation of millions of legal land parcels across Australia. CadLite draws on state and territory data to:
- provide a seamless national database of cadastral boundaries, excluding easements and road drainage easements
- identify the three relationships that exist between a property and a cadastral parcel:
- one cadastral parcel is equal to one property
- many cadastral parcels make up one property
- one cadastral parcel contains many properties.
CadLite’s graphical index of digital cadastral boundaries also includes an identifier for cross-referencing between jurisdictional land titles and other geographic and land administrative data.
What is this dataset used for?
CadLite is used for:
- Efficient work planning – so infrastructure and utility service providers can understand the location and layout of a land parcel to help decide how best to deploy a work team.
- Informed site selection – so organisations can select appropriate sites for services, such as retail or community service centres, Census analysis, Centrelink support, health information, transport and regional development.
- Land use changes – for examining urbanisation changes, particularly when paired with the Land Tenure dataset to provide the spatial representation of land ownership types for cadastral parcels, and show changes in land use.
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