By Matt StambaughPublished December 18, 2017 12:00:00If you live in the UK, you’re familiar with the process of planning land.
Your city hall or council house could be fitted with an ‘asset management system’ that tells you when and where your assets will be available to be sold off, and when and how many times you’ll need to sell them off.
This system is part of what’s known as a land use plan, and it’s designed to help you get the best possible deal for your property.
But a new technology, called ‘assessments’ could help you keep track of what your assets are worth and when they’ll be sold.
The technology, developed by Oxford University, allows you to track and compare different types of assets in a similar way to a property register.
For example, you might have a building that has been built in the last 10 years and it would be worth £1.25m if sold now.
But if you wanted to sell it for £1m, you could do that using a land surveyor.
But while you can now use a land registry to track assets like this, it’s only available in certain areas.
This means that some people may not be able to access the technology, or may not have access to the equipment required to create a land appraisal.
But now a new research project, by the Centre for Research in Land, Water and Energy at Oxford University (CRLHE), has developed a new software called LandAssessment, which can track different types and types of land.
It is designed to be a much simpler, simpler, cheaper, and faster way of managing land and its assets, than any of the land register-based systems currently in use.
Using this new system, the team of researchers found that the average owner of an asset in a particular property will have a record of its worth for the past 10 years.
This means that the property will always be worth more than if it had not been owned by the owner at all.
And that means that you can see how much you can get for your asset without needing to purchase it or sell it to a buyer.
The team says that this information is invaluable because it gives you a snapshot of what assets your property is worth, so you can make informed decisions about what you do with your property and its future use.CRLHE’s research suggests that this could be a powerful tool for the planning and management of land in Britain.
This is because, although the UK has one of the lowest levels of property ownership in the world, the UK’s property market is among the most expensive in the developed world, so it can be difficult to achieve the optimal price for your assets.
In other words, this is an opportunity to make decisions about the value of your land.
LandAssessment is now available to the public.
CRLHE has also published a free software download, LandAssessing Land: A Land Use Planning Tool, to assist people in understanding the technology.
If you’re looking to take advantage of this new technology and develop your own land use plans, CRLHe has developed some handy resources to help.
You can find out more about LandAssessed Land at www.landassessment.co.uk