The Greek land registry has been nearing completion with 70% of reports been filed in
The implementation of the land registry has been supported by the European Regional Development Fund during the 2014-2020 programming period
The European Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms, Eliza Ferreira, has commented on the progress of the National Land Registry in Greece, which will be fully completed in 2023, as "important", responding to the MEP of ND and EPP, Maria Spyraki.
According to a relevant announcement, the commissioner stated that "the total percentage of completion of the cadastre amounts to 70% and 47 cadastral offices and branches have been set up, out of the 92 that are planned, replacing the old mortgage offices".
He points out that "the Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship and Innovation program for the period 2014-2020 co-finances the National Land Registry with an EU contribution of 83.7 million euros" and that "staff recruitment and internal organizational arrangements are the responsibility of national authorities ".
In fact, Ms. Spyraki pointed out to the Commission "the need to make the cadastral offices of Thessaloniki more functional for the citizens, providing upgraded and fast services".
"The establishment of a modern cadastre is an emblematic reform of the European Stability Mechanism 's financial assistance program and its progress is being monitored under enhanced supervision," said the Cohesion and Reform Commissioner.
During the period, the Commissioner noted that "the implementation of the land registry has been supported by the European Regional Development Fund during the 2014-2020 programming period, by an EU-funded technical assistance agreement through the Structural Support Program reforms and, more recently, by the Recovery and Sustainability Mechanism, which supports the digitization of registrations and real rights transactions ”.