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GeoPlace takes over rationalisation of streetworks codes

From 1 April 2011, GeoPlace took over responsibility for the administration, maintenance, allocation and hosting of the Streetworks Data Capture Code List. This is a database, formerly hosted by the Department for Transport (DfT) that holds codes and tables used in the Electronic Transfer of Notices (EToN) for organisations, known as statutory undertakers, which have a statutory duty under the New Roads and Street Works Act (NRSWA) to dig in the road.

Addressing, productivity and efficiency in local government

Addresses are essential to locate needs and demands to deliver local public services. Making the best use of data provides local authorities with an opportunity to realise significant savings and improve services to citizens. This document gives an overview of the creation, usage and advantages of local data.

How to improve your address data

Hints and tips from fellow Authority Address Custodians

British Standard 7666-2006

BS7666:2006 is one of around 27,000 British Standards. BS7666:2006 refers specifically to the standards for geographical referencing. This fact sheet explains the different parts of the standard, and its impact & use within local government

Save money and deliver better services to citizens

The brochure describes how your local address data can help your authority save money, deliver better services, know where your customers are and which public services they are using, reduce waste and duplication, make evidence-based decision making, make better use of your location-based intelligence to transform service delivery, work with partners, comply with legislation.