The primary purpose of this diploma thesis is to analyse the changes in the cadastral income in the period 1990 to 2012 in Slovenia, which is illustrated for the case of savinjska statistical region. The theoretical part presents the legislation which deals with determining the cadastral income in the years 1990-2012. Using the regulations that determine the methodology to calculate the cadastral income in the given period, we compared the values of cadastral income just for the selected cadastral culture in the first cadastral class from the analysed cadastral districts belonging to the savinjska statistical region. In the practical part of diploma thesis, we compared the cadastral income for the following cadastral cultures: fields, gardens, meadow orchards, extensive orchards, vineyards, hop gardens, meadows, pasture lands and forests, in the chosen cadastral classes from 1990 to 2012 in the savinjska statistical region. We studied further land bonita points appointed to the previously listed cadastral cultures. In the future, land bonita points are going to be the basic criteria for determining the cadastral income. We come at the conclusion that within one cadastral district there are major dissimilarities in cadastral income (for a factor 10 or more) based on the cadastral culture and class.