Prof. David Kuria – Dir. Land Information Management System
The Land Information Management System unit is responsible for developing and maintaining geographic, spatial, legal and environmental databases that are relevant to real property throughout the country. This involves creation, analysis and publishing of land-based data such as parcel information, zoning, land use, ownership and general property information.
- Putting in place a set of technical processes and procedures for the registration of rights and interests in real property.
- Automation of the procedures of land and real estate transactions.
- Supporting the creation of parcel data using standard cadastral editing tools and the ability to generate reports according to a predefined template.
- Provision of a public access module that allows general enquiries by the public.