Development and Regulation of Real Property

2018/2019

Prerequisite/Recommended prerequisite for participation in the module

Students must have a bachelor degree in surveying, planning and land
management or urban, energy and environmental planning or geography or programmes with similar contents.

Content, progress and pedagogy of the module

The main focus of the project module is on legal, financial and administrative issues related to the change and development of real property.  The topic may come from property owners requesting a certain development of a property, the wish of the public sector for a concrete development of a particular area or it may be a topic of a scientific nature related to public and private regulation of real property. It is also possible to select themes related to the maintenance and development of registration of real property - both in relation to national and international issues.

Having carried out the project module, the students

Learning objectives

Knowledge

  • must have knowledge of land use challenges and development issues – with respect to the chosen challenge.
  • must have knowledge of spatial data infrastructures related to the chosen land use challenge.
  • must have knowledge of practical and scientific challenges concerning the management of the use of land through land administration systems – to the extent that it is relevant for the chosen challenge.
  • must have basic knowledge of problem-based learning in project work.
  • must have knowledge about the fundamental principles of Problem Based Learning (PBL) as implemented in the Aalborg PBL model at the Faculty of Engineering and Science (*)
  • must have knowledge of the potential of public and private regulation of real property
  • must have knowledge of the legal framework for the management, regulation and registration of properties
  • have knowledge of the possibility of public acquisition of real property and the principles for determining compensation
  • must have knowledge of the possibility of public acquisition of real property and the principles for determining compensation
  • must have knowledge of property registration system and the importance of property rights and property values
  • must have knowledge of property registration systems in other countries and the development and implementation of the Land Administration Systems (LAS)
  • must have knowledge of practical and scientific challenges concerning the management of the use of land through land administration systems – to the extent that it is relevant for the chosen challenge.
  • must have knowledge about the fundamental principles of Problem Based Learning (PBL) as implemented in the Aalborg PBL model at the Faculty of Engineering and Science (*)

Skills

  • must be able to identify and analyze the selected property related issues
  • must be able to apply theories and methods of relevance to the chosen challenges
  • must be able to analyze the relevant considerations, interests, rights and obligations in connection with the adjustment of real property
  • must be able to make an assessment of the legal, economic and administrative issues related to the chosen issues.
  • must be able to structure project management activities based on a well-formulated problem formulation (*)

Competences

  • must be able to analyze property-related problems  - for example in relation tocounseling
  • must be able to structure and combine theoretical discussions with practical challenges throughout the project work and its result (the project report)
  • must be able to independently initiate and carry out tasks of real property/land administration and must be able to take on professional responsibility.
  • must be able to reflect on, plan and manage a study project in a PBL learning environment (*)

(*)

To obtain the knowledge, skills and competence marked with (*) it is presupposed that students follow the course in Problem Based Learning and Project Management that the school offers all foreign students in the beginning of 1st semester.

Type of instruction

Problem-oriented project work in groups.

Exam

Exams

Name of examDevelopment and Regulation of Real Property
Type of exam
Oral exam based on a project
ECTS20
Permitted aids
Assessment7-point grading scale
Type of gradingInternal examination
Criteria of assessmentStated in the framework provisions.

Facts about the module

Danish titleUdvikling og regulering af fast ejendom
Module codePGLLANK15106
Module typeProject
Duration1 semester
SemesterAutumn
ECTS20
Language of instructionEnglish
Empty-place SchemeYes
Location of the lectureCampus Aalborg, Campus Copenhagen
Responsible for the module

Organisation

Study BoardStudyboard for Planning, Geography and Surveying
FacultyTechnical Faculty of IT and Design