The pilot project

BUPi emerged in 2017, in the pilot phase, with the aim of getting to know Portuguese territory in a simple and innovative way and is based on 4 objectives:

TERRITORIAL
PLANNING

RESOURCE
VALUATION

IDENTIFICATION
OF OWNERS

PREVENTION
OF WILDFIRES

November 2017

LAUNCH IN 10 MUNICIPALITIES
Beginning of the pilot project activities in the selected municipalities, during the period of one year.

January 2018

CREATION OF BUPi LAB
Design of an automated method capable of facilitating the acquisition and organization of knowledge about the territory.

May 2018

OPENING OF NEW SERVICE COUNTERS
Expansion of the network of BUPI’s service counters in order to respond to population adherence.

August 2019

BUPI EXPANSION
Published the law that determines the expansion of BUPi to the national territory.

September 2020

NEW MUNICIPALITIES JOIN
Definition of requirements for phased accession to BUPi.

The 10 pilot municipalities

• Alfândega da Fé
• Caminha
• Castanheira de Pera
• Figueiró dos Vinhos
• Góis
• Pampilhosa da Serra
• Pedrógão Grande
• Penela
• Proença-a-Nova
• Sertã

The results

677.865

PROPERTY RECORDS

92%

OF THE MUNICIPALITIES AREA

261.735

PROPERTY REGISTRIES

13.8%

OF THE MUNICIPALITIES AREA

60.958

PLOTS

22%

OF THE MUNICIPALITIES AREA

+ 50% of identified land

The expansion of the project

After the success of the pilot project and its importance for the knowledge of the entire territory, BUPi is being extended to more municipalities.

Awards

Innovation is rewarded. Since its launch, BUPi has won several awards:

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