IMPLEMENTING TECHNICAL PRINCIPLES IN SYSTEMATIC BUILDING REGISTERING, COMMUNE OF SÂNANDREI, TIMIȘ COUNTY, ROMANIA PUBLISHEDC.A. POPESCU*, A. ŞMULEAC*, Gabriela POPESCU* None
Because of the need for clear legal and economic registering of buildings in Romania, we need to pay proper attention to systematic registering works. The goal of this study was to develop a clear database relying on systematic registering works that cover economic technical and legal information on each building within an administrative-territorial unit. Another goal was to develop a reference system for a sporadic reference framework; a third goal was to leave for future generations a clear report on property. The importance of systematic registering is of national interest and concerns us all particularly because it involves each of us and will continue to do so because such works are increasing in frequency. Systematic registering works are an opportunity particularly for challenged people whose financial state does not allow improving the buildings they own. Land survey for the systematic registering of buildings was done with two total stations. Leica TCR 805 and Leica TC 407, three GPS equipments with double frequency Leica GPS 1200. Within the systematic registering work, we also used three graphic stations for data processing. Topographic measurements at Sânandrei, Timiş County, Romania, were made on an area of 9,240 ha, of which 492 ha are lands within the localities Sânandrei, Covaci and Carani: they have 6,342 inhabitants and about 1,588 owned buildings of the total 10,230 ones. After analysing the information on the communal administrative limits (file in the Dxf format) overlapped with an orthophotoplan, we could see that is was inconclusive and problematic (it does not totally follow natural, identifiable limits in the field). Inner limits for component localities also are unclear and problematic: they do not correspond to the real situation and sometimes they overlap buildings and constructions in the field. Information regarding the zonal urban plans of Sânandrei, we see that they are only informative urbanistically.
systematic registering, land surveys, Leica TCR802, Leica TC 407, Leica GPS 1200, dxf