Land Regulation View Service

Land Regulation View Service contains plans and regulations from the general section of the Real Property Register. The product name in Swedish is Markreglerande bestämmelse Visning.

Brief information

The information is divided into five different layers:

  • Regulations
  • Border point text, regulations
  • Property regulation plans
  • Detailed development plans
  • Amendment of detailed development plans

See presentation of the different information layers.

Maintenance and update frequency

A state or municipal land surveying authority must register all legally binding regulations. The goal is for the information in the property register to be up-to-date and complete.

A few weeks after a provision has gained legal force, it should be entered in the property register. In reality, however, there are some shortcomings, which is good to know when you are looking for information. New and altered ancient remains are retrieved from the Cultural Environment Register and registered in the property register once a month.

When the property register is updated, the changes take effect immediately in the product.

Availability

Our geodata services are normally available 24/7 and we provide support during working hours. Read more about availability to geodata services.

Our geodata services (APIs) require that you have an application or software capable of managing the services. To view real property information or maps directly in your browser, you can use Lantmäteriet's e-services.


Presentation of the information layers

Regulations

The layer contains regulations according to:

  • The Swedish Environmental Code (national park, nature reserve, cultural reserve, natural landmarks, biotope protection, animal welfare area, plant protection area, beach protection, interim ban, environmental risk area, quarry permit, consultation area and landscape image protection in area)
  • Road Act (road plan and new construction ban)
  • Water Act (surface water protection area and groundwater protection area)
  • Cultural Heritage Act (ancient site, protection regulation for ancient monuments and building heritage)
  • Building Act (building ban area and excavation and tree felling ban)
  • Mineral, Mining and Peat Act (processing concession and designated land)
  • Act on the Construction of Railways (Railway Plan)

Example image

Sample image at scale 1:20,000.

Boundary point text, regulations

The layer contains boundary point designation.

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Real estate plans

The layer contains the real estate plan and plot division.

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Sample image at scale 1:5,000.

Detailed development plans

The layer contains a detailed development plan, city plan, building plan, cutting plan, established master plan, area regulations and delimited area for the allocation of street costs.

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Sample image at scale 1:5,000.

Amendment of detailed development plans

The layer contains an amendment of detailed plan and a change of area regulations.

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Order product

You can order geodata products directly from us or from one of our resellers. The resellers can also help you with customization and processing of the products.

Order from Lantmäteriet

If you want to order directly from us at Lantmäteriet you should use the Order form.

If you want to use our spatial data services in your business, you first need to sign a license for use. Submit a request in the Order Form.

Order from resellers

Do you want help with customizing and processing our products and services? Then you should contact one of our resellers.

Copyright and publication

In some cases you need permit to distribute geographic information. Read more on the page Copyright and publication of Lantmäteriet's geographical information.

Documentation

The versions of the services may overlap, so pay attention to which version you pick up at home. The version history describes the changes that occurred at each update.

    Version history
    Version and date Change since previous version

    Version 1.0

    New version 
    Available 2022-05-02

    New view service


    Technical framework and standard for display services

    Our map and image display services are based on the standardized call interfaces Web Map Service (WMS) and Web Map Tile Service (WMTS) developed by OGC, The Open Geospatial Consortium (new window). WMS is also an ISO standard (ISO 19128).

    The services are of the nature 'question-answer', where the consumer (user's system) sends a service call over the Internet and receives a map image in a standard image format or in a vector format for certain types of services.

    The characteristics of the map image are defined by the call parameters, such as information type, geographical spread, reference system, image format and image size.

    There are many client applications for display services or components for integration into own system available. In addition to commercial products, there are a number of established products based on open source code, such as QGIS (new window).

    At OSGeo, The Open Source Geospatial Foundation (new window) you can read more about software in the field of geodata that are based on open source code.

    If you want deeper technical information about our display services, read the technical description on each product page.

    Contents of this page may be automatically translated, we take no responsibility for the accuracy of the translation. Feel free to contact our customer support centre if you have any questions.

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