It’s considered an ambitious but very necessary project for Cuenca: the restructuring of the cadastre (property register) of the urban area of the canton will contemplate a range of changes and obtain an approximation of the reality of the city through an integral census of the properties. The last time that the cadastre of Cuenca was updated was in 1998. Although thousands of properties have been added since that date, the sum has only been partially updates and through very specific cases. However, with the restructuring Cuenca expects to have a quasi-real panorama of a city that has grown in…
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