Integrated Land & Resource Registry An Overview Getting Started
Welcome • Lesson Layouts • Presentation • Step by step interactive display example • Tools we will be covering • Map Inquiry • Map viewer intro and tools • Custom Status • My Queries and Notifications
What is the need for the ILRR? • Effective management of 95 million hectares (235 million acres) of land and water on behalf of all British Columbians. • Numerous information silos managed by dozens of agencies • Difficult access to information and limited information sharing. • Duplicate data entry and numerous versions of data created by individual agencies to meet their own needs. • No spatial information for location of private land.
What is the ILRR? • A web based single register of rights and interests on Crown and private land • Plus information on private land, survey fabric (cadastre) administrative boundaries, grids, base maps • Over 260 interests on land from 19 partner ministries and agencies available via common web browser • A legal register of Crown land rights and interests by mid 2007 (ILRR not a legal statusing tool) • There is no single tool, ILRR good for a preliminary status. • Continuing data improvement in partnership with interest granting agencies, e.g. Land Act, forest, petroleum, etc) • 30,000 interest updates per week • ILRR contains over 800,000 interests records
ILRR Data Sources Coal Tenures Water Interests Heritage Resource Inventory WLIS MIDA RAAD Tantalis Crown Land InterestsParks and Protected Areas Acquirer RegistrationPipeline GML/FME Acquirer Acquirer Acquirer Daily/Weekly updates from LRDW Mineral Tenures and Reserves MTO Acquirer Continuous real time updates Water Works Monthly Bulk load FME/SQL Petroleum & Geothermal Interests PTO Trapline Areas Acquirer Operational Data Base Guide Outfitter Areas IRIS Oil and Gas Applications Acquirer Acquirer Statement of Intent Areas Forest Tenures,Roads,Silviculture Bulk load as becomes available FTA *Comprehensive private land data and functionality in Northeast. Incomplete elsewhere. Private land *
How these tools will help you? Empowers public to perform their own due diligence Public and Government can save queries to interested stakeholders Public and Government are using the same, up-to-date data set Users can create notifications, enabling them to stay current
How do I access the ILRR ? http://ILRR.ca • User Access • BCeID Basic – Map View with drill down identify tool • BCeID Business – Increased functionality (limited data restrictions)
Logging onto the ILRR Available to public as well as all provincial government sectors Those with government IDIR accounts or BCeIDs will have access to more detailed info There is a helpdesk: ILRRHELP@gov.bc.ca (250) 952-4577 Lets Log On …
ILRR Main page 5 main tools at the ILRR Main Menu We’ll be showing the “Map Inquiry”, “Custom Status” and “My Queries and Notifications” functions Lets all look at the Map Viewer together.
Map Inquiry v.s. Custom Status • Map Inquiry (visually selecting) • Select an existing boundary for your query • Create a polygon shape on the screen for your query • use a shapefile for your query • Custom Status Query (setting query parameters) • selecting more detailed parameters • can be saved with a notification to the author and other users Create reports in .pdf or .csv format Create summary or detailed reports Save reports (on Desktop)
Map Inquiry Selecting “Map Inquiry” starts up a web mapping window • You can change the scale of the view. • Select Layer tab to see map layers • You cannot add or remove layers. The look & content have been predefined for you.
Map Inquiry • Zooming Tools • Zoom to full extent • Zoom In • Zoom Out • Pan Finding your location • Find Location Tab • Gives you many options to find your location • E.g. use place name or Municipality to find Kamloops.
Map Inquiry Saving your session to find your location again • Save your session • click on ‘Save Session’ • Save session file to a location (e.g. save to your desktop, call it ‘Kamloops’) • Lets you quickly get back to your location at another time
Map Inquiry Using an existing boundary for your Area of Interest • Click the ‘Layers Tab’ • pick layer you wish to query, make it active (use identify tool if required) • click on the “Pick Existing Polygon for AOI” tool • Click on polygon and select ‘OK’ • OR …
Map Inquiry Creating your own Area of Interest • Pick the Draw AOI tool • Draw your polygon and hit OK • Click on • The next screen will give you options to query intersecting, adjacent or other interests within a buffer zone
Map Inquiry Map Inquiry: Spatial Relationship Spatial Relationship / Buffer • Intersect – looks for any interests that may overlap with your AOI • Adjoin – looks for any interests that are next to your AOI • Contains Within – looks for any interests that are contained completely within your AOI • Buffer (meters) - This adds additional area around your AOI according to a distance you enter. Not larger than 10,000
Map Inquiry Creating the report: Display Options • Sort by Order – control how the report is sorted • Identifiers - Primary for just one, All to see several business keys • Report Description – to help identify different queries • Output format – screen (maximum 200 records), file (PDF or CSV (open in Excel) or Batch (between 200 to 2000 records)
Map Inquiry Creating the Report – File Options • can choose different output formats. • Screen is interactive. • File can be PDF or CSV (open in Excel) • Can choose summary or detailed reports • Lets go back to the screen option …
Map Inquiry Generating the Report: Summary Report • the report (on screen version) will have links for each record to see details (e.g. select first record to view detailed report) • PDF and CSV reports will not have these links but rather show you a summary of the info • the “Status” item shows whether or not the interest is active or inactive • the magnifying glass icon lets you zoom into the extent of that interest
Map Inquiry Generating the Report: Detailed Report • Interest – gives identifiers, type, description, area etc. • Business Keys – gives all interest agency identifiers • Interest Holder – contact information (protected if private owner) • Location – description of location.
Map Inquiry HANDS ON EXERSIZE • Now lets go back through the Map Inquiry slides and do it together … • For more instruction on how to use Map Inquiry go: • section 2.0 of the web based training tutorials at … • http://aardvark.gov.bc.ca/apps/ilrr/webhelp/wbt/index.htm or … • to page 6 In the ILRR training manual or … • http://ilmbwww.gov.bc.ca/ilrr/PDF/ILRR_Training_Manual_v1.pdf
Custom Status Query Selecting “Custom Status” brings you to the parameter window • Parameters are accessed through table of contents on left hand side • ‘Reset’ or ‘Reset All’- set parameters back to default • ‘Submit’ – send your parameters to the ILRR • ‘Save Query’-save query / share with others
Custom Status Query Selecting “Interest Type” brings you to the parameter window • Select one or more Interest Type • click ‘Select All’ or ‘Clear All’- to help the selection process (e.g. select all to query all interest types) • Click ‘Cancel’ – to go back to the parameters screen • click ‘OK’- to accept your selection
Custom Status Query Selecting “Interest Agency” brings you to the parameter window • Select one or more Interest Agency • click ‘Select All’ or ‘Clear All’- to help the selection process (e.g. select all to query all interest agencies) • Click ‘Cancel’ – to go back to the parameters screen • click ‘OK’- to accept your selection
Custom Status Query Selecting “Location” brings you to the parameter window • Location can be chosen in many ways • click the radial button associated with the method you would like to use (e.g. Map Viewer) • Click ‘Cancel’ – to go back to the parameters screen • click ‘Next’- to accept your selection
Custom Status Query Selecting “Open Session” brings you to a saved location • Find Location tab or zoom tools can used • click ‘Open Session’ to access a previous saved location (e.g. Kamloops.ssn) • Browse to the session file • click ‘Open Session’- to accept your session file • Click ‘Layers’ tab
Custom Status Query Upload Shapefile for your AOI • Selecting your AOI • Pick existing polygon for AOI • Draw AOI • Upload Shapefile – use your own shapefile for an AOI (e.g. Pipeline) • Browse to required files (AOI.dbf, AOI.shp) • select symbology for your shapefile (name & colour)
Custom Status Query Accept your Shapefile as your AOI • Pick existing polygon for AOI • Click • This will bring you back to the Spatial Relationship screen you saw in Map Inquiry. Then back to the custom status query parameter page…
Custom Status Query Term or Other Dates & Interest Holder parameter windows
Custom Status Query Selecting “Interest Status” brings you to the parameter window • Request – Applications decision to approve or reject still pending • Active – interest is in good standing • Inactive- interest expired or removed • Suspended – revoked or restricted, can be reinstated • click ‘Select All’ or ‘Clear All’- to help the selection process (e.g. select all to query all interest types) • Click ‘Cancel’ – to go back to the parameters screen • click ‘Next’- to accept your selection
Custom Status Query Selecting “Interest Size” brings you to the parameter window • restricts query search to areas of certain size in hectares • Three options • Greater Than • Less Than • Between (two sizes)
Custom Status Query Generate Report: Display Options • Click ‘Submit’ to send query to ILRR • As in Map Inquiry Choose your report Display Options (e.g. select All business identifier option) • Report Description – to help identify different queries • File can be PDF or CSV (open in Excel)
Custom Status Query Query Results: Summary Report • the report (on screen version) again has links for each record to see details • PDF and CSV reports will not have these links but rather show you a summary of the info • the “Status” item shows whether or not the interest is active or inactive • the magnifying glass icon lets you zoom into the extent of that interest
Custom Status Query Saving / Sharing your Query Parameters • Click ‘Save Query’ • Enter Query Name, Description and add users (e.g. use your name to save your query)
Custom Status Query Location Size Limitations
Custom Status Query Query Record Limitations • On Screen queries can result in a maximum of 200 records. • Batch reports can have no more than 2000 records. At this point location size must be reduced again.
Custom Status Query HANDS ON EXERSIZE • Now lets go back through the Custom Status Query slides and do it together … • For more instruction on how to use Custom Status Query go to: • section 4.0 of the web based training tutorials at … • http://aardvark.gov.bc.ca/apps/ilrr/webhelp/wbt/index.htm or … • to page 14 In the ILRR training manual or … • http://ilmbwww.gov.bc.ca/ilrr/PDF/ILRR_Training_Manual_v1.pdf
My Queries and Notifications Selecting “My Queries and Notifications” brings you to your saved queries • Select a previously saved query • Copy, Modify or Delete your queries (If you wish to modify a query shared with you, you must copy it first) • Set a Notification on query parameters • Share Notifications with others
My Queries and Notifications Select a Query and create a notification • Select the query for notification • A query must be run prior to having a notification created for it. • click ‘Create Notification’ • If a query takes too long to generate, a notification cannot be created. (may need to make AOI smaller)
My Queries and Notifications Set and Save Parameters for Notification • Enter email address for notification • Select notification frequency • Enter notification dates (e.g. Weekly) • Click ‘Save’ and get confirmation
My Queries and Notifications Copy a Query … • select the query to copy • click ‘Copy Query’ • name and describe Query ... • click ‘Save’ in save query window
My Queries and Notifications Delete a Query … • select the query to delete • click ‘Delete Query’ • Verify delete query window • click ‘Yes’ in ‘Confirm Delete Query’ window
My Queries and Notifications HANDS ON EXERSIZE • Now lets go back through the My Queries and Notifications slides and do it together … • For more instruction on how to use My Queries and Notifications go to: • section 6.0 of the web based training tutorials at … • http://aardvark.gov.bc.ca/apps/ilrr/webhelp/wbt/index.htm or … • to page 31 In the ILRR training manual or … • http://ilmbwww.gov.bc.ca/ilrr/PDF/ILRR_Training_Manual_v1.pdf
Recap What we have learned so far … • Map Inquiry • Quick spatial search for and AOI (limited search parameters, cannot save queries) • Custom Status Query • More detailed query parameters • Can save your query for later use • My Queries and Notifications • Can set/share Notifications on your queries