The Western Australian Land Information Authority, known as Landgate, has released its latest annual report, which outlines the organisation’s performance, functions and governance for the 2022–23 financial year
Some of the facts and figures quoted in the report are as follows:
- More than 182,000 customers were served
- More than 407,000 documents were lodged
- More than 7 billion square kilometres of satellite and aerial imagery were captured, processed and made available
- 76% of documents lodged electronically were registered in less than 20 seconds
- There were 344 approvals of names with an Aboriginal origin for roads, geographic features and administrative boundaries
“Landgate continued its evolution this year with several future-defining investments and improvements to ensure the State’s land information authority progresses its vision to fully harness the value of ‘where’ to power a thriving Western Australia,” said Landgate Board Chairperson, Kylee Schoonens, and Chief Executive, Graeme Gammie, in a statement.
“Some programs of work were delivered with immediate benefit, while others will have a more enduring impact on our customers, community and State across the years to come.
“This busy program of work was achieved amidst the challenges experienced within a buoyant property sector and tight labour market.”