This case study explores how North East Lincolnshire Council has achieved improvements in its local address data against a backdrop of increased pressure on staff resources and I.T. challenges.
The Partnership between Adur and Worthing councils is proving to be a nationally significant collaboration model, the first one of its kind.
National Parks like Local Authorities, the Police and the Fire and Rescue services are eligible to use the NLPG in their day-to-day business.
Hackney Council are using the UPRN to identify the most vulnerable people in our communities – and to give them the joined-up, practical support they need.
With UPRN-matched addresses at the heart of its system the Welsh Revenue Authority has identified tax errors that should lead to the recovery of unpaid taxes.
Mae Rhifau Cyfeirnod Eiddo Unigryw (UPRN) yn offeryn gwerthfawr o ran adnabod eiddo a gwneud cysylltiadau awdurdodol rhwng gwahanol gronfeydd data sydd yn dal gwybodaeth am eiddo. Nawr bod y data craidd wedi ei baru a’i lanhau, mae modd defnyddi ymholiad syml i sefydlu
Dorset combines six authorities: Dorset County Council, East Dorset District, North Dorset District, Purbeck District, West Dorset District, Weymouth & Portland Borough- to become a single unitary authority.
Milton Keynes Council has developed an innovative approach to monitoring development sites with the use of drone technology, enabling them to pre-empt citizen's needs.