List of all case studies with brief descriptions and links
The Kent Integrated Databset (KID) is a whole population pseudonymised person level linked dataset based on data flows from hundreds of local health and care providers in Kent & Medway. KID is making increasing use of unique property reference numbers (UPRNs) as a link between datasets at household level, and NHS numbers to link data at person level
The London Borough of Redbridge have used their Local Land and Property Gazetteer (LLPG) matched Electoral Roll to help model submissions for the 2016 Ward Boundary Review.
In 2010, Oxford City Council implemented a new domestic and trade waste recycling software system. This system was designed to be underpinned by the Local Land and Property Gazetteer (LLPG).
The New Roads and Street Works Act (NRSWA) Codes of Practice states; “It is a local highways authority’s responsibility to create and maintain street gazetteer data for all streets within its geographical area, whether or not it is a the street authority for any particular street”.
Connecting data for better outcomes 8 Camden Council – creating a Residents’ Index using the UPRN
Connecting Data for Better Outcomes 7 Rushmoor Borough Council – Increasing customer satisfaction with UPRNs
Connecting Data for Better Outcomes 5 Bath & North East Somerset Council - Using UPRNs to improve business rate collection