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  • The Geospatial Commission – updating us on key announcements about the evolution of the UK's geospatial strategy

  • Hull City Council – demonstrating its use of address and street data in making the city ‘smarter'

  • The National Health Service – describing how the UPRN is used to understand more about households and what that means for their outcomes

  • Our Principal Chairs of the Address and Streets Regional Group will give their annual address to the community

  • The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government – talking about their work in making land and housing data easier to find, use and trust, leading to new digital services for property and planning

  • The National Fire Chiefs Council – revealing how they've used the UPRN to better understand risk, through the lens of local councils

  • Barnsley Council – describing how UPRNs have become ‘business intelligent' – helping them best use of underlying data to understand citizens and places

  • North West Ambulance Service – looking at accuracy and its impact on ‘finding you' in an emergency

  • The Geospatial Commission's housing and planning team – highlighting the opportunities for housing and planning

  • Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service – describing the analytics and Power BI that helps them with high risk households and housing associations

  • The Corporation of London – talking about deriving land use within the City, using the LLPG to help plan office, retail, housing and hotel development

  • Humberside Fire and Rescue – outlining its work in recent flooding events, using the UPRN to help the most vulnerable, and how it shares data with local authorities to give them even more help in servicing the community

  • Bath and North East Somerset council – describing its 2 day, 3 hour trial in a landmark court case on Street Naming and Numbering.