Analysis of Multi-Purpose Cadastral Using Geo-Spatial Techniques: A Case Study of The Polytechnic Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria.

Akeem A. Babatunde, Martins, A. Oyekola, Gbola K. Adewuyi


Acquisition of Land and its ownership for wealth creation has failed to be attained by the majority of people in both the developing or less developed countries. Majority of the European countries have developed multi-purpose cadastre to be in line with the property ownership. This study investigates a multipurpose cadastre analysis of the Senior Staff Quarters of the North Campus, The Polytechnic Ibadan using geo-spatial techniques. Primary and Secondary data were used for the study. The primary data were acquired through the use of Kolida KTS445L Total Station while the secondary data were acquired through social survey. Information on Spatial database based on the cadastral system, Determination of the location values of buildings, Assessment of the condition of buildings, road and properties present in the area. The results shows that the existing cadastral framework of the study area is insufficient to be used as a reference or guide in the planning and development of the area and also in the making of administrative and management policies such as the formulation of an effective tax system, enrich the public with knowledge on the amount of cadastral features present in the area. There is therefore a need to update and improve the existing cadastral framework of the study area to ensure the effective management of planning and development of the area.

Keywords: Multi-purpose cadastre, Wealth Creation, Property Ownership, Geo-spatial Techniques.

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