The project Cooperation for Digital Democracy has five different components and is financially supported by Sweden. One of the components is “Establishment of unique, up-to-date and sustainable address register”. So far, the process of field data collection has covered 51 municipalities, many of them have attended trainings for data validation and are already in the validation phase. Some of the activities for field collection of necessary data for streets and house numbers were supported by Sweden.
On May 4th 2022, representatives of the Agency for Real Estate Cadaster, the Swedish International Development Agency, and Lantmateriet – the sister partner organization from Sweden with which AREC cooperates on this project, had a field visit to the municipality of Chashka and the settlement of Banjica, where the activities for establishing the Graphic Register of Streets and House Numbers, which is the basis for establishing the Address Register, have started.
At the working meeting with the Mayor of Chashka – Goran Stojanovski, the activities undertaken were discussed and the situation with the current process of field data collection for streets and house numbers in the municipality was concluded. According to the Mayor, the ultimate goal of the municipality is for every settlement on the territory of the municipality of Chashka to have valid house numbers and street names, obtained from field data collection. According to him, this is a project of great importance for the municipality.
The representatives of the Agency for Real Estate Cadaster, the Swedish International Development Agency and Lantmateriet expressed their satisfaction with the commitment of the municipality regarding the collection of data on streets and house numbers and the motivation and desire to succeed in the whole process of establishing the Graphic Street Registry and house numbers, basis for establishing an Address Register.