Lupi cadastral survey project underway

CADASTRAL SURVEY LAUNCHING - Land Management Service Regional Technical Director Pedro Noble explains to local officials the importance of cadastral survey in ascertaining the final political boundary of a local government in last Monday’s project launching at Colacling, Lupi, Camarines Sur. The Lupi Cadastral Survey Project CAD-1025-D LUPI, CADASTRE is supported by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources - LMS to determine the metes and bounds of all parcels within an entire municipality for land registration and other purposes. (JESSEL BASANTA)

Lupi, Camarines Sur – Lupi town’s final political boundary will soon be completed, as the Department of Environment and Natural Resources launched on Monday a cadastral survey project at Barangay Colacling.

Engr. Pedro Noble, DENR Regional Technical Director for Lands Management Service said the project launching of Cad-1025-D Lupi Cadastre will benefit the 38 barangays of the municipality to settle boundary disputes among claimants, as well as strengthen the development of the town with the establishment of the political boundary.

He emphasized the need for the locales to fully support the cadastral project which should be supplemented with the barangay chairmen notifying their respective constituents on the importance of the undertaking.

“The success of the project rests on the support and cooperation of all, including the barangays officials, landowners and claimants”, Noble told barangay chairmen and barangay treasurers of the 38 barangays of Lupi who were all present during the project launching.

Mayor Raul Matamorosa of Lupi also enjoined his constituents to support and cooperate as the cadastral project is underway. “The program is a big help, a milestone towards our development” he said in the local dialect.

Cadastral survey refers to survey made to determine the metes and bounds of  all parcels within an entire municipality or city for land registration and other purposes.

The Lupi cadastral project site is composed of 38 barangays, with an estimated 19,912 hectares (has.), a surveyed area of 3,039.4535 has. an unsurveyed area of 10,969.2943 has. Its estimated area of timber land is 5,903.2522 has. while the total estimated number of lots is  4,509 has.

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