Spatial plan (or urban plan) as an aggregate product of sectoral policies (i.e., environmental, disaster management, economy, forestry), will be imposed to all land parcels in the form of public law to achieve the vision of a city. This vision relies heavily on the interoperability of land-use, land tenure, land value, and land development. The inseparability between land administration and spatial planning is widely acknowledged by cadaster communities in achieving sustainable development and important for landowners and investors alike. In July 2017, the government of the Republic of Indonesia established action plans for adopting, implementing, monitoring and reporting achievement of Sustainable Development Goals in both national and local levels. Spatial (or urban) planning is the key elements in these plans, particularly in fostering integrated urban and regional plans and supporting collaborative efforts towards well-coordinated national strategies. However, many of collaborative approaches are hindered by asymmetric information from lack of interoperability of information caused by the separation of management of land administration and spatial planning processes and information systems that sourced from silos of information. This phenomenon leads us to incomplete RRRs (Rights, Restrictions, and Responsibilities) information and causing hidden information for all responsible parties. The hidden information then creates high-cost economy, stimulates unnecessary disputes and instigates moral hazards. Asymmetric information condition, parties (authorities, landowners and prospectus buyers) are often being forced to put unnecessary efforts to investigate RRRs situations of their land parcels or properties against existing or revision of public laws within narrow windows of opportunity. This article aims to promote spatial planning information package in the upcoming ISO LADM revision to better integrate RRRs information from land administration and spatial planning into the existing Land Administration System. By exercising the spatial planning information package, a city can minimize asymmetric access to RRRs information among government institutions and between government and landowners or prospectus investors.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 8th Land Administration Domain Model Workshop (LADM 2019)
EditorsPeter van Oosterom, Christiaan Lemmen, Alias Abdul Rahman
PublisherInternational Federation of Surveyors (FIG)
Number of pages28
ISBN (Print)9788792853929
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventLADM 2019: 8th FIG Land Administration Domain Model Workshop - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Duration: 1 Oct 20193 Oct 2019


ConferenceLADM 2019: 8th FIG Land Administration Domain Model Workshop
CityKuala Lumpur

    Research areas

  • Land Administration Domain Model, LADM Country Profile, Land Administration, Spatial Planning, Interoperability, Asymmetric Information, Spatial Information Infrastructure

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