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Cutting-Edge Tools: Discussing Land Surveying Technologies in Kenya

Land surveying is undergoing a significant transformation in Kenya, driven by the integration of advanced technologies designed to address the inherent challenges of traditional survey methods. This evolution is marked by enhanced precision, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness, reshaping the surveying landscape in remarkable ways. In this blog post, we delve into some of the groundbreaking technologies currently revolutionizing land surveying in Kenya, highlighting their impact and applications.…

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  • Great platform for surveyors
  • In Kenya,land ownership processes involves three departments namely,"the survey department","physical planning department",and "the lands registry department". These departments are interrelated and are always placed under one ministry with a director in charge of survey,a director in charge of physical planning and a chief land registrar in charge of lands registries. To us Kenyan surveyors,the major problem we encounter in our work is in the lands registries: delayed registration of documents; lack of enough registration documents; and incompetent and corrupt staff members.
  • In Kenya,land ownership processes involves three departments namely,"the survey department","physical planning department",and "the lands registry department". These departments are interrelated and are always placed under one ministry with a director in charge of survey,a director in charge of physical planning and a chief land registrar in charge of lands registries.
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