Automated Territory Search for Land Development

Automated Territory Search for Land Development

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The new Territory Analysis module for Geometa allows land developers to save time and money on finding a territory. Find a suitable land parcel and learn about building restrictions, all in one app.

At the core of the Territory Analysis module is an assessment of three key elements.
First, the current use of the territory, including information about existing buildings and land parcels.
Secondly, the plans for how the territory should be developed in accordance with regulatory documentation, e.g. in terms of social or transport infrastructure.
Thirdly, the intended purpose of the territory, standards and restrictions on its use, established by law.
Use the new Geometa app for following cases:

  1. Have a site in mind and an idea of what to place on it? Select an area and check if it is suitable for construction. A store, a gas station or a residential building — you just specify several characteristics and request a report from which you can find out if there are any restrictions on construction without contacting the city administration.
  2. Check for suitability returned no results? This means that no land parcel was found or the site can’t accommodate the facility. In this case, select a site, define characteristics of planned facility, and wait until a suitable site is automatically picked. The calculation takes into account the size of the site, current development status, the established rules and restrictions on construction: the permitted land use, the built-up area, the number of storeys, the minimum required size. Make the tool even more useful by choosing to search only in undeveloped areas. This saves the investor money on demolition and resettlement.
  3. Want to keep the suitability check results? Get a document with complete information about the characteristics of the territory, existing buildings and restrictions, all in one PDF.

The tool has almost unlimited potential for functionality extension and customisations. For example, more checks can be introduced, machine vision can be employed to assess the attractiveness of territories, or integrations with external services for data exchange can be implemented. This means that the user will do more than just select a land plot for construction, he will also send an application for its acquisition right in the app. The Geometa development team is open to feedback and suggestions.

Want the selection of land for construction to be simple and convenient? Deploy the Territory Analysis module.

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