Land Title and Survey Authority of BC upcoming enhancements to myLTSA online services


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Speaker: Peter Haas, BCLS

Seminar Title: Land Title and Survey Authority of BC upcoming enhancements to myLTSA online services:

1)            Submissions to the Surveyor General using Web Filing; and

2)            Survey Plan Services Modernization

Bio: Peter Haas, BCLS, Senior Policy Analyst (Survey & Cadastral Mapping) and Deputy Surveyor General

Peter completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Earth and Ocean Sciences from The University of Victoria (2003) and a Diploma of Technology in Geomatics from BCIT (2005).  After working through the CBEPS certificate of completion process while working at Focus and completing his professional entry requirements he received his commission as a BC Land Surveyor in 2010. He started working at the Land Title and Survey Authority of BC in 2013 as a Deputy Surveyor General. Peter was very involved in the development and rollout of ParcelMap BC and is now helping to guide policy and the technical development of new online services for Land Surveyors in myLTSA.

Seminar Description:

The LTSA is currently working on enhancements to a number of online services which will be rolled out to users in 2020. The end result of these changes will be new ways for Land Surveyors to make submissions to the LTSA. Submissions of Applications and Plans to the Surveyor General will be moving from PDF based form templates to online web forms. Web forms will enable users to build submissions to the SG completely online and eliminate the need to download PDF forms, complete them using Adobe Acrobat and then upload them and all the required attachments.

Survey Plan Services Modernization will also change the way that survey plans are compiled and submitted to the LTSA. Survey Plan Certification (SPC) and Crown Land Registry Submission (CLRS) PDF forms will be eliminated and assembly of the plan image, survey plan dataset and related plan information will all be done in a single online service through the myLTSA portal and stored in an online repository of plans for all plan users to access.

In this seminar Peter will spend an hour going into the details of these two new services providing a preview of what land surveyors will see rolled out later in the year.

Credits = 1 CPD Credit Hours


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