EULISProject reference: 11004
Funded under: IS-ECONTENT
European land information service
Total cost:Not available
EU contribution:EUR 1 280 000
Subprogramme:AL1 - Action Line 1: Improving access to and expanding the use of public sector information
Funding scheme:DEM - Demonstration contracts
There is an increasing interest in the real estate financial market, at least among consumers, in being able to carry out international transactions more frequently. This does, however, require the possibility to get access to up-to-date and reliable information on land real estate across national borders in an easy way.
The EULIS project aimed to propose how an electronic European Land Information Service can be designed, what obstacles might occur and how these can be overcome as well as demonstrating the functionality of the proposed outcome through a prototype. In this way it was illustrated what a future end-user interface could look like.
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