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KLIC-WIN, what was it like again?

KLIC-WIN is an initiative resulting from two important legislations: WIBON (Wet informatie-uitwisseling bovengrondse en ondergrondse netten) and INSPIRE (European Directive Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community).

On 2 January 2019, Kadaster introduced a new Klic system for WIBON. This new system combines the WION, INSPIRE and the Broadband Cost Reduction Directive into one. The KLIC-WIN programme is responsible for the development of this system. The programme will be operational from 1 July 2019 and will improve the exchange of information on cables and pipelines. Read more about it on the GO Wibon website. 

What is INSPIRE again?

Information on public networks - including pipelines with hazardous content - is covered by the INSPIRE directive. Telecom and private networks are excluded. The INSPIRE Directive requires European Union Member States to describe and make available on the web geographical information about the living environment.

INSPIRE ensures that this geographical information is of good quality and can be easily found and used. It also ensures that the content of the information - even across national borders - is unambiguously coded and looks the same.

KLIC-WIN transition period

Transition period Klic standards started in January 2022. 

From 3 January 2022, groundworkers must use a modified viewer to view the new Klic delivery. From 1 January 2022, the new versions of IMKL (version 2.0) and BMKL (version 2.1) will be valid.

During the transition period from 3 January to 30 April 2022, network operators can deliver their network information in 2 ways:

  • according to the standards valid until 31 December 2021;
  • or according to the new standards valid from 1 January 2022.

The four-month transition period is laid down by law. No later than 1 May 2022, network operators are obliged to deliver in accordance with the new standards.