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Finding Properties and their Recommended Allocations

To begin, keep this information handy while using the consultation report and recommendations for each municipality. You can do this by opening this page in a separate window, or printing this page and having it next to you.

To locate each property you are interested in, see where it is in the municipality and to find its recommended allocation you will need to:

Step 1: Click on the general map of your area of interest to go to a downloadable (PDF) map with more detail of that region.
Step 2: Zoom in on the map to find the particular location you are interested in. (See the instructions below on how to zoom in and pan around the PDF maps.)
Step 3: Write down the Property ID number of the property of interest.
Step 4: Open the separate downloadable report (PDF) which lists the Property ID in numerical order and gives the recommended allocation for each property.

Step 1: View the more detailed map of the area

To identify the properties you’re interested in, use the maps which are linked from each municipality's Consultation Report and Recommendations web page.

To see an area in more detail, click on the area of the map you are interested in to get to a link to a downloadable PDF of this map region.

PDF files (Portable Document Format files) require the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader. The Reader is easy to download and is free of charge.

If you’re going to use a PDF map more than once, it is a good idea to save the map to your computer. If you already have it open in Adobe Acrobat Reader, then use File > Save As to save the map to your hard drive. You can also save these maps to your hard drive by right clicking on the PDF icon, and choosing Save Target As.

Step 2: Zoom in on areas and enlarge areas of the map

Example of zoom toolExample of pan tool button To look around the maps in Adobe Acrobat Reader and find properties you're interested in, you can use the zoom (the magnifying glass) and pan (the white hand) tools in the toolbar at the top.

Example of percentage boxThe box in the toolbar with a percentage number in it tells you the scale you're viewing the map at (in this example you are viewing the map at only 30% which is rather small. 100% is the actual size). Use the + or - symbols to increase or decrease the scale, or type in a new percentage number in the box.

The zoom tool allows you to zoom into an area by clicking on the map, or by clicking and dragging a box around the area of interest.
Click on the zoom tool icon (to activate it) and then on an area of the map.

The pan tool allows you to move to a different section of the map by clicking and dragging the map across the screen. Click on the pan tool icon (to activate it) and then click and drag on the map.

Adobe Acrobat page tools The page tools (shown on the left) allow you to zoom to different extents. The first icon zooms the actual map size (100%), the second icon zooms to the entire map and the third icon fits the map width across your screen.

Step 3: Find the Property ID of a property

PID exampleOnce you’ve zoomed in to the area of interest, you can view the properties being assessed under the Project.

The areas being assessed are coloured pink and have a label with a seven digit number, as shown in the example (eg. 2,321,321).

This number is the Property ID (PID), which is a number used to identify properties for valuation purposes.

The Property ID is used by the CLAC Project to identify the parcels assessed under the Project.

A Property ID is required to look up the recommended allocation of a property.

Printing Maps

The full map is not designed for printing at A4 size, however you can enlarge and print sections of the map at A4 by using the following instructions.

Enlarge the map to show the area that you are interested in. Once you have the enlarged area displayed, choose File > Print from the menu at the top, and when the print dialog box displays, choose Current View in the Print Range box.

You can also find a map of a particular property on the LIST (see below) and print the LIST map.

Step 4: Find the Recommended allocation for a property

Once you have the Property ID of the property you are interested in, you then need to view the separate PDF showing the recommended allocations.

The consultation report and recommended allocations are available on each municipality's Consultation Report and Recommendations web page. The allocations in each table are listed for each property by Property ID, in numerical order. Property IDs in this report do not have commas (eg. on the map the Property ID is 2,321,321 and in the report the Property ID would be 2321321).

An Alternative: Viewing a Property Map on the LIST

Once you have the Property ID (PID), you can also view a map of the property on the LIST. Detailed instructions are given on the Finding a CLAC Property on the LIST page.


For further information

If you experience any problems downloading any of the information, please contact us to arrange for a CD copy to be mailed to you.

Contact: Crown Land Services

GPO Box 44
Phone: (03) 6233 6413
Fax: (03) 6173 0226
Email: CLS.Enquiries@parks.tas.gov.au