Crossrail needed to acquire and manage large areas of land during the Crossrail project, the purpose being to construct a new railway through Central London. This micro report outlines how the spatial element has been central to the management of this land from purchase and occupancy by a multitude of contractors, through to final handover to the appropriate owner. It demonstrates the importance of geospatial applications in both identifying land and understanding and minimising disruption at contract handover.
This paper is relevant to any project or people interested in efficiently managing Land and Property information.
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