Valuation Cadastre Subset

Dataset Number965
Dataset TitleValuation Cadastre Subset
CustodianData Authority: Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure
Data Provider: Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure

Description

DescriptionConsists of polygon representation for all valuation assessments linked to specific attributes uniquely related to each relevant assessment. The valuation assessment will be the primary key for each parcel. Delineation of current valuation assessments as undertaken by the Valuer General for rating purposes. Unique Feature Identifier is VALUATION_NUMBER (also known as assessment number). However a tenancy sequence number (4 digits) is used to uniquely identify sub-tenancies within a single valuation. Consequently this subset may include multiple records with the VALUATION_NUMBER Feature Identifier. This dataset is created by joining the ValuationAttributesSubset table to the ¿ValuationCadastre¿ spatial layer and has previously been available to some users from DEWNR¿s EGISDATA. This dataset may have been previously referred to as the ¿property cadastre
UsageUsed for land administration, mapping and spatial analysis purposes generally. Can be linked to other databases either spatially or through the Valuation identifier

Data Quality

LineageThe Valuation Cadastre Subset is linked to the Valuation Cadastre lineage. The Property Cadastre was first created in April 2000. Approximately 90% of the State¿s properties were created by direct linkage to the DCDB (parcel cadastre). Of these approximately 75% comprised a 1:1 relationship, whilst 15% comprised a 1:M relationship. The remaining 10% were captured from plans and aerial photography with reference to the Cadastre.
CompletenessEstimated to be effectively 100%.
Positional AccuracyThe positional accuracy of assessment boundaries is dependent upon the positional accuracy of the Cadastre and the relative accuracy of boundary information contained in plans supplied by the State Valuation Office. When an amendment or an improvement to the spatial accuracy is made to the Parcel Cadastre, the same change is made to any assessments covering those land parcels.

Geographic Extent

Extent NameSouth Australia
Min Easting or Longitude129
Min Northing or Latitude-38.25
Max Easting or Longitude141
Max Northing or Latitude-26

Dataset Status

Initially AcquiredApril 2000
Last UpdatedCURRENT
Update FrequencyDaily
Maintenance MethodESRI ArcMap feature class editing tools scripted automatic linking through SAILIS data output examination
AusGOALRestricted

Attributes

TableNameField AliasData TypeDescription
Primary TableVALUATION_NUMBER Charactervaluation number is created by concatenating ¿ valgrpno VALN_MASTER.VALGRPNO is (valuation group number) First column in the key that uniquely identifies a property. VALGRPNO - this is a 2 digit field padded with zeros which identifies the group the assessment belongs to. This is equivalent to the first 2 digits of the LGA, on the LGA_MASTER the assessment belongs to. ¿ valprpno VALN_MASTER.VALPRPNO is (valuation property number) Second column in the key that uniquely identifies a property. VALPROPNO - this is a 5 digit field padded with zeros which is the property number. This number will fall within the PROP_RANGE_FROM and PROP_RANGE_TO on the LGA_MASTER. This is how the LGA for the assessment is determined. ¿ valsubno VALN_MASTER.VALSUBNO is (valuation sub number) Third column in the key that uniquely identifies a property. VALSUBNO - This is a two digit padded with zeros field which is used to uniquely identify the assessment, along with the group and prop numbers. ¿ valnocd VALN_MASTER.VALNOCD is (valuation number check digit) The Valuation Number check digit - an algorithm is applied to the valuation number which produces a remainder (the Check Digit) which ensures the valuation number is correct. Fourth column in the key that uniquely identifies a property.
Primary TableASSNO_TENSEQNO CharacterASSNO_TENSEQNO is a 14 character field and is created by concatenating ¿ valgrpno VALN_MASTER.VALGRPNO is (valuation group number) First column in the key that uniquely identifies a property. VALGRPNO - this is a 2 digit field padded with zeros which identifies the group the assessment belongs to. This is equivalent to the first 2 digits of the LGA, on the LGA_MASTER the assessment belongs to. ¿ valprpno VALN_MASTER.VALPRPNO is (valuation property number) Second column in the key that uniquely identifies a property. VALPROPNO - this is a 5 digit field padded with zeros which is the property number. This number will fall within the PROP_RANGE_FROM and PROP_RANGE_TO on the LGA_MASTER. This is how the LGA for the assessment is determined. ¿ valsubno VALN_MASTER.VALSUBNO is (valuation sub number) Third column in the key that uniquely identifies a property. VALSUBNO - This is a two digit field padded with zeros which is used to uniquely identify the assessment, along with the group and prop numbers. ¿ valnocd VALN_MASTER.VALNOCD is (valuation number check digit) The Valuation Number check digit - an algorithm is applied to the valuation number which produces a remainder (the Check Digit) which ensures the valuation number is correct. Fourth column in the key that uniquely identifies a property. ¿ 0000 There are four zeros added on the end of the concatenated fields
Primary TableRECORD_STATUS CharacterRecord_status has possible values of `Current¿, 'Cancelled', 'Proposed Cancelled' or 'Proposed Current'. This is the decode (the explanation) of (VALN_MASTER.RECSTAT), a one digit number giving the status (or currency) of the valuation record. Possible status codes are:- 0, 'Current', 1, 'Cancelled', from beginning of current financial year 2, 'Proposed Cancelled', from beginning of next financial year 3, 'Proposed Current' from beginning of next financial year The proposed records are advised during the year and become active, (or current), at the beginning of the present or next financial year
Primary TableSVALNNO NumberSVALNNO is a 7 digit number taken directly from VALN_MASTER.SVALNNO which is (system valuation number). A system generated number/key used to build relationships and links to valuation details.
Primary TableRECTYPE NumberRECTYPE is a single digit number with possible values of 1, 2 or 3. This is taken directly from VALN_MASTER.RECTYPE which is (record type), A one digit number giving notification of the use of a Valuation
Primary TableLAND_USE_CODE NumberLAND_USE_CODE is a 4 digit number taken directly from VALN_MASTER.LUC_CODE which is the land use code relating to a property or tenancy
Primary TableLEGAL_LAND_USE NumberAL_DECODE.C_CODE is the fee category code. The fee category code indicates the category of the licence fee to apply against a particular purpose
Primary TableLAND_USE_DESCRIPTION CharacterThe land use description indicates the category of the licence fee to apply against a particular purpose. The type of code being maintained for the Annual Licence is restricted to ZC
Primary TableVG_LAND_USE_DESCRIPT CharacterVALUATION_LAND_USE_DECODE.VG_LAND_USE DESCRIPTION is the decoded description of the land use
Primary TableLG_LAND_USE_DESCRIPT NumberVALUATION_LAND_USE_DECODE.LG_LAND_USE DESCRIPTION is the decoded description of the land use Zoning. Commercial ¿ Office Commercial ¿ Other Commercial ¿ Shop Industry ¿ Light Industry ¿ Other Other Primary Production Residential Vacant Land
Primary TableIMPROVEMENTS CharacterVALN_MASTER.VPROPIMP is the property improvements description. This is Free field which allows for coding of main buildings/out buildings plus other improvements eg. swimming pools on the property
Primary TableWATER_AVAILABLE CharacterVALN_MASTER.WATERCI this indicator is activated when a water main abuts the property. This field is DECODED as: '1', 'YES', '0', 'NO'
Primary TableSEWERAGE_AVAILABLE CharacterVALN_MASTER.EWSCI is an indicator for sewerage main abutting property. This field is DECODE as: '1', 'YES', '0', 'NO'
Primary TableNUMBER_OF_MAIN_ROOMS NumberVALN_BUILDING_DET.NOROOMS is the number of rooms in a building. This figure represents MAIN rooms only and does NOT include hallways, stairwells, and wet areas. Normally this is only used for Residential buildings
Primary TableNUMBER_OF_BEDROOMS NumberVALN_BUILDING_DET.NOBEDRMS is the number of bedrooms for the house or tenancy for which Fringe Benefit Rental details are to be provided
Primary TableEQUIVALENT_MAIN_AREA NumberVALN_BUILDING_DET.BAREA is the area of a building in square metres, no decimal point. In residential properties this may be the equivalent area of the house plus an adjusted area for carports, garages, verandah etc
Primary TableYEAR_BUILT NumberVALN_BUILDING_DET.YRBUILT is the year (if known) the building was erected. When dealing with individual tenancy this can mean the year of refurbishment, or addition/alteration. The form of the date is CCYY. eg
Primary TableWALL_MATERIAL CharacterVALUATION_WALL_DECODE.DESCRIPTION is a description of external wall material. The major construction material of the EXTERNAL Wall. This is based on a two digit code relating to Wall construction of each building on a property
Primary TableROOF_MATERIAL CharacterVALUATION_ROOF_DECODE.DESCRIPTION is a description of the major construction material of the Roof. This is based on a two digit code which indicates the Roof construction of each building on a property.
Primary TableBUILDING_CONDITION CharacterVALUATION_BUILDING_DECODE.DESCRIPTION is the apparent condition of a building at the time of last inspection.
Primary TableBUILDING_STYLE CharacterVALUATION_BUILDSTYL_DECODE.DESCRIPTION is used only for residential properties and is the style of the house
Primary TableNUMBER_OF_STORIES NumberVALN_BUILDING_DET.MLYSTYS indicates the number of stories in a building
Primary TableENSUITE NumberVALN_BUILDING_DET.ENSUITE is the number of ensuites. This indicates the presence or otherwise of an ensuite in the building, and the number of such ensuites. It is used for all buildings with residential accommodation including hotels and motels.
Primary TableVALUATION_DATE DateVALN_VALUES.DTEADVIN is the valuation values advised date numeric. The date the valuation values were advised to the file that relates to SAHT market rent. Held in date format YYYYMMDD
Primary TablePROPERTY_LOCATION CharacterIf a rural property address exists then property_location := ¿ RUPPROP DL20_RURAL_PROP.RURPROP is the location of the property (free format text description). And LOCATION_TYPE := 'R' ELSE if a city property address exists then property_location := a concatenation of ¿ HOUSENO DL22_STR_INDEX.HOUSENO is the house number. Contains the House number (where recorded) of the assessment. Occasionally, where no House Number is available, the Lot or Section number is advised to this field. eg LT 62. Alphabetic suffixes are also acceptable. eg. 62A. The LOTS Manual states that this field must not be left blank. ¿ STRNAME DL22_STR_INDEX.STRNAME is the street name. The street name (not including street type). Cannot include numeric or special characters other than hyphens. SPATIAL MODELS : --------------------------- NOTE : the above description was not entered by the author. For the spatial model this is the street name and can include any characters. For STREET NAME in the CURRENT SPATIAL MODEL this data item is a 32 character variable' ¿ STRTYPE DL22_STR_INDEX.STRTYPE is the street type. The street type, mandatory abbreviations are listed as an appendix to the LOTS manual. The Street Type field is to be used, except in circumstances such as The Parkway, in which case The Parkway is the Street Name, and the Type is left blank. It is invalid to have a Street Type without a Street Name. ¿ SUBURBNA SUBURB_MASTER.SUBURBNA is the name of the suburb. ¿ SUBURBNO SUBURB_MASTER.SUBURBNO is the suburb number. The suburb number is a six digit numeric code of the actual suburb or area held on the Suburb Master table. It is generally made up of the applicable 4 digit postcode followed by 01, 02 03 etc depending on how many localities use that postcode. ¿ LOTNUMB DL22_STR_INDEX.LOTNUMB is the lot number. This may contain the Lot Number and/or Section Number of the Assessment
Primary TableLOCATION_TYPE CharacterIf a rural property address exists then location_type := 'R' ELSE if a city property address exists then location_type := 'M'
Primary TableUNIT_NUMBER CharacterDL22_STR_INDEX.UNITNO is the unit number. The Unit Number of a home unit (only recorded when advised as such). The LOTS Manual states that alphabetic characters are not acceptable in this field. If the field is utilised, it must be accompanied by a corresponding entry in the House Number field
Primary TableHOUSE_NUMBER CharacterDL22_STR_INDEX.HOUSENO is the house number. Contains the House number (where recorded) of the assessment. Occasionally, where no House Number is available, the Lot or Section number is advised to this field. eg LT 62. Alphabetic suffixes are also acceptable. eg. 62A. The LOTS Manual states that this field must not be left blank
Primary TableSTREET_NAME CharacterDL22_STR_INDEX.STRNAME is the street name. The street name (not including street type). Cannot include numeric or special characters other than hyphens. SPATIAL MODELS : --------------------------- NOTE : the above description was not entered by the author. For the spatial model this is the street name and can include any characters. For STREET NAME in the CURRENT SPATIAL MODEL this data item is a 32 character variable
Primary TableSTREET_TYPE CharacterDL22_STR_INDEX.STRTYPE is the street type. The street type, mandatory abbreviations are listed as an appendix to the LOTS manual. The Street Type field is to be used, except in circumstances such as The Parkway, in which case The Parkway is the Street Name, and the Type is left blank. It is invalid to have a Street Type without a Street Name
Primary TableSUBURB_NAME CharacterSUBURB_MASTER.SUBURBNA is the name of the suburb
Primary TablePOSTCODE NumberSUBURB_MASTER.SUBURBNO is the suburb number. The suburb number is a six digit numeric code of the actual suburb or area held on the Suburb Master table. It is generally made up of the applicable 4 digit postcode followed by 01, 02 03 etc depending on how many localities use that postcode
Primary TableLOT_NUMBER CharacterDL22_STR_INDEX.LOTNUMB is the lot number. This may contain the Lot Number and/or Section Number of the Assessment
Primary TableHUNDRED_NAME textHUNDRED_MASTER.HUNDNO is the hundred number which is a unique number of a hundred. Additionally all islands out of hundreds and Out of Hundred 1:250,000 pastoral map sheets have been allocated a number. For land within hundreds this will be a four digit ascii number, of which the first two digits are the county number and the last two will be a hundred sequence number. The land out of hundreds is divided into 250000 map series and the four digit map sheet number is used as an identifier. Islands out of hundreds have a different numbering system again. eg 1502 is hundred of Bremer - where 15 is the county of Hindmarsh and 02 is the hundred number within the county
Primary TableSECTION_NUMBER CharacterSECTION_NUMBER is a concatenation of: ¿ REFSECPT PLAN_TO_HUNDRED.REFSECPT is the reference section parcel part indicator. This Indicates whether The Reference Section or parcel is a Full (F) or Part (P) section or parcel. Which is DECODED into 'P', 'PT', 'F', NULL, ¿ REFSECPT PLAN_TO_HUNDRED.REFSECPT is the reference section parcel part indicator. This Indicates whether The Reference Section or parcel is a Full (F) or Part (P) section or parcel. Which is DECODED into 'A', 'ALLOT', 'B', 'BLK', 'C', 'CLD RD', 'M', 'M/S', 'Q', 'ALLOT', 'S', 'SEC', 'T', 'TA', ¿ REFSECNO PLAN_TO_HUNDRED.REFSECNO is the reference section number. The number assigned to a parcel on a plan
Primary TableLGA_NAME CharacterVALN_LGA_MASTER.COMMON_LGANAME is the common local government area name. In essence this is a "common" lga name so that all the parts of LGA`s can be consolidated under the one name (eg instead of Adelaide Hills 1 and Adelaide Hills 2 etc, they can all be combined under the "common" name of Adelaide Hills
Primary TableLGA_NUMBER NumberVALN_LGA_MASTER.LGAGROUP is the local government area group number. This is a two digit field which is the first two characters of the Local Government Area Number which identifies the group and are the same as the first two characters of the valuation number

Contact Information

OrganisationDepartment of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure
Land Boundaries
Postal Address101 Grenfell Street

ADELAIDE
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Emaillsgspatialdata@sa.gov.au