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Azerbaijani State Property Committee seeks consultant under WB project

Business Materials 3 March 2014 14:04 (UTC +04:00)
The State Committee of Property Issues of Azerbaijan has announced an interest survey to provide consultative services under a project to create databases and digital cadastral maps in Sabail, Yasamal, Nasimi, Narimanov and Khazar districts of Baku.

Baku, Azerbaijan, March 3
By Emin Aliyev - Trend:

The State Committee of Property Issues of Azerbaijan has announced an interest survey to provide consultative services under a project to create databases and digital cadastral maps in Sabail, Yasamal, Nasimi, Narimanov and Khazar districts of Baku, the tender commission said on March 3.

The tender will be held under the 'Real Estate Registration' project, implemented jointly with the World Bank (WB). Two consultants will be selected on the results of the interest survey for rendering appropriate services regarding pilot cadastral works for a term of four months and information systems and databases for three months.

Applications will be accepted in the project's working group till March 17, 2014.

Additional information is available from the 'Real Estate Registration' project work group from 09:00 to 17:00 on weekdays.

Contact person: Procurement specialist Nigar Huseynova;

Address: Baku, Huseyn Javid avenue, 31, sixth floor;

Tel.: +99412 510 9145 (extension: 7227);

E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]

In July 2007, the government of Azerbaijan and the WB signed an agreement for a project to create a unified system of real estate cadastre. The project consists of four components: real estate registration, management and register of state property, basic cartography and land cadastre and training, policy formation and project management.

As a result of the restructuring, the project designed for 2008-2012, was extended until late 2014.

The project will cost$38.57 million, some $30 million of which fallsl to the WB loan.

Translated by L.Z.

Edited by S.M.

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