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March 2017 NSG Edition is now available

The March 2017 Edition is now available to download

05.04.17

GeoPlace

Understanding local populations between censuses

Knowing the characteristics of the entire population is key for the development of public policy. The decennial census provides a snap-shot of all people and households in a particular area and has a direct bearing on the government support that councils receive to fund public services.

04.04.17

GeoPlace

New GeoPlace website services area - launched today

We are delighted to announce that today we are launching a new part of our website offering significant upgrades to our online services.

09.02.17

GeoPlace

Addressing highlighted in Local Digital Transformation event

UKAuthority's Local Digital Transformation events, hosted in association with Microsoft, provided an opportunity to hear from local authorities and technology experts on the digital transformation trail, through presentations, live demonstrations and technology showcases in London and Manchester.

30.01.17

GeoPlace

Councils input into new highways blueprint for Britain

GeoPlace and local highways authorities are providing data to a ground breaking new road map developed by Ordnance Survey.

08.12.16

GeoPlace

Councils across the country mark Location Day

68 local authorities across England and Wales are taking part in [email protected] Day’, an initiative that highlights the importance of location and how location information is created by councils.

16.11.16

GeoPlace

The Royal Geographic Society offer CPD points to GeoPlace Khub members

In recognition of the importance of discussion, advice and mentoring on the Knowledge Hub, The Royal Geographical Society are now offering CPD points to members of the GeoPlace Authority Contacts Knowledge Hub who actively participate. Your contributions to the Khub will accrue CPD points towards your records for the Chartered Geographers Scheme.

11.11.16

GeoPlace

A council's approach to utilising Additional Street Data

In June 2012, Leeds City Council became a permit scheme authority. Permit schemes provide an alternative to sections of the existing notification system of the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991

26.10.16