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25.02.2019

Estonia is hosting EUREF 2019 Symposium

The Estonian Land Board has a great pleasure to host the EUREF 2019 Symposium. The event will take place from Wednesday, May 22, 2019 to Friday, May 24, 2019 at the Nordic Hotel Forum, Tallinn. A half day tutorial “Transformations Using PROJ” will be held on the 21st of May in the premises of the...
05.12.2018

Estonia continues to have the most expensive residential housing in the Baltic States

The recently published Baltic Review 2017 shows that the price per square metre of residential space in Estonia continues to be the highest in the Baltic States. Also the prices for residential and commercial land without buildings and for forest land were last year higher in Estonia than in Latvia...
17.11.2017

Administrative reform changes over half a million addresses in Estonia

About 555,000 addresses across Estonia changed as a result of the administrative reform the outcome of which became official with the declaration of the results of the Oct. 15 local polls, including some 300,000 addresses of dwellings and workplaces. "The changes to addresses brought about by...
13.11.2017

PCC Conference and Plenary Meeting 2017 in Tallinn

On November 13-15, 2017 a conference of the Permanent Committee on Cadastre in the European Union (PCC) will take place in Tallinn. Representatives from the cadastral and land registry organisations from 22 countries across Europe will meet in order to discuss the latest developments and best...
Amsterdam Ordnance Datum, Estonia, Land Board
25.07.2017

Estonia switches from Baltic Height System to European Vertical Reference System

The Minister of the Environment has approved the necessary amendments to the Regulation on Geodetic System, which enable Estonia, similarly to many other countries in Europe, to start using the Amsterdam Ordnance Datum (Normaal Amsterdams Peil NAP) as the reference level for height measurements....
08.05.2017

Welcome to the Land Board’s new website

In 2012, the Government decided to harmonise the visual identity of the governmental authorities and introduce an identity based on two symbols – the national coat of arms and three lions derived from it. The aim was to make the Government communication more coherent and to support the principle...