National Address Gazetteer infrastructure
What is the Local Land and Property Gazetteer (LLPG)?
It is a BS7666 compliant address database maintained and used by a relevant local authority. As the database is maintained centrally and to a common standard it delivers real efficiencies and improvements in service delivery and interoperability when implemented throughout all parts of an organization. Subsets of the LLPG are supplied to GeoPlace in the form of authority address updates. GeoPlace compiles these within GeoHub, together with a number of other input data sources, to form the basis of the National Address Gazetteer.
There are a number of outputs from GeoHub including data which forms a core part of the AddressBase® range of products, available from Ordnance Survey.
We manage the National Address Gazetteer infrastructure which is the data storage and set of processes bringing together the existing local authority sourced addressing datasets together with Ordnance Survey, Valuation Office Agency and Royal Mail data. Through agreement between Ordnance Survey and Scotland's Improvement Service, working on behalf of Scottish Local Government, the National Address Gazetteer includes Scottish address data.
Local authorities provide their address update records to us on a continuous basis for inclusion in the National Address Gazetteer infrastructure. The National Address Gazetteer infrastructure contains over 40 million addresses. In every six weekly cycle we synchronise 2,599,000 changes and carries out a total of 3,440 data validation checks.
From NAG to AddressBase
The National Address Gazetteer infrastructure is the single source from which AddressBase products are developed and made available by Ordnance Survey.
AddressBase® Premium, available from Ordnance Survey, is the most comprehensive and accurate geographic dataset of 40 million addresses, properties and land areas where services are provided.
Thanks to the relationship with local authorities, users of AddressBase benefit from the most in-depth view of addresses throughout the property lifecycle – from planning permission, through construction, occupation and change of use to demolition and beyond.