TANTALIS - Crown Land Inventory
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The information about Crown Land Inventory represented in this view can be used to support a variety of purposes including, but not limited to: land use planning processes (e.g. Forest Stewardship Planning); statutory processes (e.g. free miner notification under the Mineral Tenure Act); and timber supply review processes. The Crown Land Inventory represented in this view is a subset of the Crown tenure types held in the Crown Land Registry system (Tantalis).
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|Name||Crown Lands Registry Help (pointOfContact)|
|Organization||Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development|
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|Record Last Modified||2019-05-04|
Object Name: WHSE_TANTALIS.TA_CROWN_INVENTORY_SVW
Short Name: TA_CIV_SVW
Comments: TA_CROWN_INVENTORY_SVW contains the spatial representation (polygon) of active and applied for Crown Land Inventory Dispositions. Inventories are lands identified for review to determine the availability to market. The view was created to provide a simplified presentation of this single tenure type from the disposition information in the Tantalis operational system. The same content could be derived from the TA_CROWN_TENURES_SVW by filtering to this tenure type only.
|Column Name||Short Name||Data Type||Data Precision||Comments|
|INTRID_SID||INTRID_SID||NUMBER||38||INTRID_SID is a system-generated sequential identifier that uniquely represents the associated interest parcel amongst all interest parcels stored in the Tantalis system.|
|TENURE_STAGE||TNRSTG||VARCHAR2||48||TENURE_STAGE indicates the point that a tenure has reached in the interest lifecycle. For example, TENURE indicates that the tenure has passed the APPLICATION stage and has become a valid tenure.|
|TENURE_STATUS||TNRSTTS||VARCHAR2||48||TENURE_STATUS represents the business state of a tenure as it evolves from application to disposition and is often associated to a specific tenure stage (e.g. application, tenure). Typically the status is the result of either a business or client action. Examples: ALLOWED (application), DISPOSITION IN GOOD STANDING (tenure), SUSPENDED (tenure). SPECIAL NOTE: a status of HISTORIC applies to active Crown Grants retroactively entered from historic records.|
|TENURE_TYPE||TNRTP||VARCHAR2||35||TENURE_TYPE identifies the nature and extent of legal rights conveyed and utilizes a distinct legal instrument (contract) to do so. Term lengths, exclusivity of use or cancellation provisions may be characteristics distinguishing one type from another.For example, a Lease is issued where long term tenure is required, where substantial improvements are proposed, and/or where definite boundaries are required in order to avoid land use and property conflicts. Example Tenure Types are : Lease, Licence, Revenue Sharing Agreement.|
|TENURE_SUBTYPE||TNRSBTP||VARCHAR2||35||TENURE_SUBTYPE is a further specification of the tenure type and is used to describe the nature of the tenure. For example, 'Lease - Purchase Option' indicates that a clause is included that allows for the purchase of the land from the crown according to the lease document.|
|TENURE_PURPOSE||TNRPRPS||VARCHAR2||35||TENURE_PURPOSE indicates the purpose for which the client acquired the Crown Land. Purposes are established through policy, and each has a body of policy governing its use. For example, TRANSPORTATION indicates that the tenure will be used for activites such as a road or public wharf.|
|TENURE_SUBPURPOSE||TNRSBPRPS||VARCHAR2||35||TENURE_SUBPURPOSE is a subcategory of a tenure purpose. Like Purposes, Subpurposes are established through policy, and each has a body of policy governing its use. For example, PUBLIC WHARF is a subpurpose of the TRANSPORTATION purpose.|
|CROWN_LANDS_FILE||CRWNLNDSFL||VARCHAR2||15||CROWN_LANDS_FILE is a unique seven-digit number generated by Crown Land Management offices to identify a disposition of Crown Land. This number is the basis for the ORCS number under which it will be filed and is commonly used in correspondence and physical files. For example, a file number might identify a specific Aquaculture Lease or a set of Right of Way tenures.|
|TENURE_DOCUMENT||TNRDCMNT||VARCHAR2||50||TENURE_DOCUMENT is the unique number assigned to the Document which forms the agreement between an individual or company and the provincial government for an interest in crown land. For example, 515744 is the tenure document number for a Right of Way agreement for the purpose of an Electric Power Line|
|TENURE_EXPIRY||TNRXPR||DATE||7||TENURE_EXPIRY is the date that a tenure agreement ceases to be in effect. The tenure expiry date is initialized to equal the commencement date plus the tenure term, but may be adjusted later for various reasons.|
|TENURE_LOCATION||TNRLCTN||VARCHAR2||1000||TENURE_LOCATION is a brief text description that identifies the position of a tenure at or relative to known geographic features such as a city or town, a lake, a river, etc. For example, CAMPBELL RIVER may be the closest well known location to a Private Moorage Lease.|
|TENURE_LEGAL_DESCRIPTION||TNRLGLDSCR||VARCHAR2||2000||TENURE_LEGAL_DESCRIPTION is the formal land description of the interest parcel for a tenure. The description follows a prescribed convention. For example, 'Block C, District Lot 1655, Rupert District' describes the area covered under a specific aquaculture lease.|
|TENURE_AREA_DERIVATION||TNRRDRVTN||VARCHAR2||240||TENURE_AREA_DERIVATION is the method used to calculate the surface area of a tenure. For example, 'Calculated automatically' indicates that the TENURE_AREA_IN_HECTARES value was derived from the spatial representation of the tenure.|
|TENURE_AREA_IN_HECTARES||TNRRNHCTRS||NUMBER||21||TENURE_AREA_IN_HECTARES is the area or size of the interest parcel, presented in the metric unit of hectares, in some case excluding area covering water bodies or roads.|
|RESPONSIBLE_BUSINESS_UNIT||RSPNSBLBSN||VARCHAR2||100||RESPONSIBLE_BUSINESS_UNIT is the organizational group within the British Columbia government that is responsible for the land conveyance. For example, 'PE - LAND MGMNT - PEACE FIELD OFFICE' indicates that the Peace Field Office in the Peace Land Management Region is responsible for all government interaction with the tenure holder and the tenured lands.|
|DISPOSITION_TRANSACTION_SID||DSPSTNTRNS||NUMBER||38||DISPOSITION_TRANSACTION_SID is a system-generated identifer for a specific instance of a disposition transaction. It can be used for joins to other disposition transaction data so long as appropriate business and data architecture rules are applied.|
|CODE_CHR_STAGE||CDCHRSTG||VARCHAR2||1||CODE_CHR_STAGE is a short text synonym or code for TENURE_STAGE For example the tenure stage of 'APPLICATION' has a corresponding code value of 'A'.|
|FEATURE_CODE||FTRCD||VARCHAR2||10||FEATURE CODE is a standard alphanumeric code to identify the type of feature represented by the spatial data. A feature code is most importantly a means of linking a feature to its name and definition. For example, the code GB15300120 on a digital geographic feature links it to the name "Lake - Dry" with the definition "A lake bed from which all water has drained or evaporated." The feature code does NOT mark when it was digitized, what dataset it belongs to, how accurate it is, what it should look like when plotted, or who is responsible for updating it. It only says what it represents in the real world. It also doesn't even matter how the lake is represented. If it is a very small lake, it may be stored as a point feature. If it is large enough to have a shape at the scale of data capture, it may be stored as an outline, or a closed polygon. The same feature code still links it to the same definition.|
|SHAPE||SHAPE||SDO_GEOMETRY||64||SHAPE is an ArcSDE column that references the spatial feature's coordinate geometry.|
|OBJECTID||OBJECTID||NUMBER||38||OBJECTID is a required attribute of feature classes and object classes in a geodatabase.|