The description of the second branch of the Land Cadastre concludes with the description of the structure of the new inventory Land Cadastre. The principles applied are always the same: computer node where all the information present in the various municipal, regional, state, reclamation consortia and research centres can be entered. The scheme used in each branch of the structure is that of the current Cadastre. In this work the guide is the Urban or Buildings with the two elements the Particle Map Sheet and the Cadastral Certificate. The cultural intensification is the first step and concerns both the cartographic part and the areas of the condominiums outside the buildings, and the particles created representing the streets, squares, junctions of the urban agglomerations. This branch also includes all communication routes such as: stations and railway lines, airports, motorways and service stations, and various roads. Within each territory are identified the particles of the Urban Land Cadastre characterized by uniformity in terms of environment, territory and use and management. In addition to the units, there are the sub-parcel units indicated with a progressive Arabic subscript number. The inclusion of all the properties of the parcel in the current certificate allows the transition to that of Urban Soil. At that point it becomes multifunctional because it can be used by all professionals in the area, by the land manager and to assess the sustainability of uses (main objective of the new inventory). Sustainable uses can be easily disseminated because it is possible to communicate with those who manage the use. Sustainability is linked to the landscape, local slow tourism and by converting the use of fossil fuels with renewable energies (valorising natural resources such as the sun) in condominiums, industries, shopping centres and public administrations, it is possible to create the least onerous management and more competitive businesses and therefore able to conquer national and international markets. All this leads to an improvement in the liveability and security of urban areas

Salvatore Raimondi (2020). Soil Cadastre in Italy for Sustainable Development: the Urban Soil Cadastre (the Second Branch). OPEN JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES, 5, 91-117 [10.17605/osf.io/nqudp].

Soil Cadastre in Italy for Sustainable Development: the Urban Soil Cadastre (the Second Branch)

Salvatore Raimondi
2020

Abstract

The description of the second branch of the Land Cadastre concludes with the description of the structure of the new inventory Land Cadastre. The principles applied are always the same: computer node where all the information present in the various municipal, regional, state, reclamation consortia and research centres can be entered. The scheme used in each branch of the structure is that of the current Cadastre. In this work the guide is the Urban or Buildings with the two elements the Particle Map Sheet and the Cadastral Certificate. The cultural intensification is the first step and concerns both the cartographic part and the areas of the condominiums outside the buildings, and the particles created representing the streets, squares, junctions of the urban agglomerations. This branch also includes all communication routes such as: stations and railway lines, airports, motorways and service stations, and various roads. Within each territory are identified the particles of the Urban Land Cadastre characterized by uniformity in terms of environment, territory and use and management. In addition to the units, there are the sub-parcel units indicated with a progressive Arabic subscript number. The inclusion of all the properties of the parcel in the current certificate allows the transition to that of Urban Soil. At that point it becomes multifunctional because it can be used by all professionals in the area, by the land manager and to assess the sustainability of uses (main objective of the new inventory). Sustainable uses can be easily disseminated because it is possible to communicate with those who manage the use. Sustainability is linked to the landscape, local slow tourism and by converting the use of fossil fuels with renewable energies (valorising natural resources such as the sun) in condominiums, industries, shopping centres and public administrations, it is possible to create the least onerous management and more competitive businesses and therefore able to conquer national and international markets. All this leads to an improvement in the liveability and security of urban areas
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Salvatore Raimondi (2020). Soil Cadastre in Italy for Sustainable Development: the Urban Soil Cadastre (the Second Branch). OPEN JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES, 5, 91-117 [10.17605/osf.io/nqudp].
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