TANTALIS - Surveyed Right-of-way Parcels
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The information about Surveyed Right-of-way Parcels 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 Surveyed Right-of-way Parcels represented in this view are a subset of the Crown tenure types held in the Crown Land Registry system (Tantalis).
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|Name||Scott MacPhail (pointOfContact)|
|Organization||Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development|
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|Record Last Modified||2019-12-17|
Object Name: WHSE_TANTALIS.TA_SURVEYED_ROW_PARCELS_SVW
Short Name: TA_SRP_SVW
Comments: TA_SURVEYED_ROW_PARCELS_SVW contains the spatial representation (polygon) of all parcels of land surveyed for statutory access or Right-of-Way purposes, with active surveys, that are or have been within the purview of the B.C. Crown Land Management program. The view was created to provide a simplified view of this data from the survey parcel information in the Tantalis operational system.
|Column Name||Short Name||Data Type||Data Precision||Comments|
|PIN_SID||PIN_SID||NUMBER||15||PIN_SID is a system-generated sequential identifier that uniquely represents the parcel amongst all survey parcels stored in the Tantalis system.|
|SURVPARC_TYPE_CDE||SRVPRCTPCD||NUMBER||1||SURVPARC_TYPE_CDE is a short text synonym or code for the PARCEL_TYPE attribute. For example the parcel type of 'PRIMARY has a corresponding code value of '1'.|
|LAND_TITLE_OFFICE_IDENTIFIER||LNDTTLFFCD||VARCHAR2||15||LAND_TITLE_OFFICE_IDENTIFIER is a unique identifier used by the Land Title Office to record survey parcels. Only parcels that have been managed by the Land Title Office have this identifier. LAND_TITLE_OFFICE_IDENTIFER is also commonly referred to as a PID in correspondence and notices. For example, 004535405 is the unique identifier that would be recognized by the Land Title office for the parcel described as "LOT 1, DISTRICT LOT 19, ALBERNI DISTRICT, PLAN 15617" and that is recognized in the Tantalis operational database with PIN_SID 3581.|
|PARCEL_TYPE||PRCLTP||VARCHAR2||240||PARCEL_TYPE is the basic category of origin and purpose to which the survey parcel belongs. There are three possible values for PARCEL TYPE: Primary, Subdivision and Right-of-Way. A parcel with the PARCEL_TYPE CDE of 'Primary' represents the top or originating parcel in all survey parcel lineages, it is the first survey parcel to be created from un-surveyed crown land under the Land Act, can be owned, tenured or subdivided like other parcels but it's survey persists for both positional control and derivative parcel naming. A parcel with the PARCEL_TYPE of 'Subdivision' is usually a division of a primary parcel or another subdivision, but may also be a consolidation of several parcels, they may be created under either the Land Act or the Land Title Act. A parcel with the PARCEL_TYPE of 'Right-of-Way' is a parcel of land surveyed for statutory access or Right-of-Way purposes, Unlike Primary and Subdivision Parcels, Right-of-Way parcels are not suitable for ownership.|
|ACT_GOVERNING_PARCEL_SURVEY||CTGVRNNGPR||VARCHAR2||240||ACT_GOVERNING_PARCEL_SURVEY indicates under which legislated act authority and related survey rules the survey was performed. For example, Land Act means that the survey was conducted according to the requirements defined within the Land Act and standards defined within the survey rules. The survey act implies the quality of a survey.|
|PARCEL_SHORT_DESCRIPTION||PRCLSHRTDS||VARCHAR2||240||PARCEL_SHORT_DESCRIPTION is an abbreviated description for the survey parcel, derived from elementary parcel description attributes. It is Intended for use in reports or for labelling where brevity is important. For practical reasons not all parcels will have a short description. For example, 'L 2, Pl 15617' is the short representation of the legal description 'LOT 2, DISTRICT LOT 19, ALBERNI DISTRICT, PLAN 15617'.|
|PARCEL_LEGAL_DESCRIPTION||PRCLLGLDSC||VARCHAR2||2000||PARCEL_LEGAL_DESCRIPTION is a textual description following a prescribed format that unambiguously identifies a specific survey parcel. This unique and unambiguous format is suitable for the use in legal documents such as a Crown Grant or Indefeasible Title. The format will vary based on a sometimes complex combination of parcel type, origin, and lineage. Note that there were at least nine different survey systems utilized in BC and each describes land in a slightly different manner or format. For example, 'LOT 1, DISTRICT LOT 19, ALBERNI DISTRICT, PLAN 15617' describes a subdivision (LOT 1) of a primary (district lot 19) that is located in ALBERNI District and the physical survey plan is uniquely identified by number 15617.|
|PRIMARY_PARCEL_OF_SUBDIV||PRMRPRCLFS||VARCHAR2||2000||PRIMARY_PARCEL_OF_SUBDIV is the legal description of the primary parcel(s) that a subdivision is contained within. This field is only relevant for subdivision parcels. For example, a PRIMARY_PARCEL_OF_SUBDIV with a value of 'DISTRICT LOT 19, ALBERNI DISTRICT' indicates both that the parcel is a subdivision parcel, and that it is contained within the primary parcel District Lot 19 within the Alberni Land District.|
|SURVEYOR_GENERAL_PLAN_NO||SRVRGNRLPL||VARCHAR2||253||SURVEYOR_GENERAL_PLAN_NO functionally represents a unique label for a plan of survey registered at the Office of the Surveyor General. Literally it is the unique filing location of the survey plan document. There are many formats for the location of the of the survey plan document. For example, a SURVEYOR_GENERAL_PLAN_NO of '2TU1554' indicates that this survey plan is stored in the Plans Vault in the Crown Land Registry Services office, as plan numbered '2' filed in the tube numbered 1554.|
|PARCEL_AREA_DERIVATION||PRCLRDRVTN||VARCHAR2||240||PARCEL_AREA_DERIVATION is the method used to calculate the area of the survey parcel. For example, 'Calculated automatically' indicates that the area value of the parcel was derived from the spatial representation that is stored in Tantalis. The calculation method drastically affects the quality of the measurement - only a measurement taken from a survey plan should be considered accurate.|
|PARCEL_AREA_IN_HECTARES||PRCLRNHCTR||NUMBER||21||PARCEL_AREA_IN_HECTARES is the area or size of the survey parcel, presented in the metric unit of hectares.|
|STATE_OF_PARCEL_SURVEY||STTFPRCLSR||VARCHAR2||240||STATE_OF_PARCEL_SURVEY indicates the current state of the survey for the parcel. For example, a value of 'Active; needs resurvey' indicates that the survey for the parcel is currently active, but it has been determined that it needs to be resurveyed.|
|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.|