New availability of unique property and street identifiers for better information sharing
Wales is bringing together datasets from across the public sector and using the Unique Property Reference Number (UPRN) to coordinate the response to its most vulnerable citizens.
In close dialogue with the venue and our event partners, we’ve decided to postpone GeoPlace2020 until 7th October 2020.
We're keeping the situation under review and will give you regular updates – but at this point in time, GeoPlace2020 will be going ahead as planned on 29th April at Manchester United Football Club.
Great work deserves recognition. At #GeoPlace2020, we will be highlighting the excellent work being done by our Custodians through the Exemplar Awards.
GeoPlace research commissioned by the DfT around TROs is a first step to creating an evidence base to open up TRO data.
geoplace Release of new NSG GeoPlace DEC-Streets V4.1...
Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council has been awarded the Data Quality and Improvement Award in recognition of the way it manages its street information database