The BAPCO Journal has recently published by article by Tony Bracey, Multi Agency Information Transfer (MAIT) Project Manager, at the Joint Emergency Services Group (Wales).
GeoPlace has published a book of case studies from the winners, runners-up and those highly commended from the 2013 Exemplar Awards presented at GeoPlace's ‘Everything Happens Somewhere' annual conference.
Working on behalf of all local highways authorities under the Data Co-operation Agreement, GeoPlace has launched a web service to transform the National Street Gazetteer (NSG) to be compliant for the INSPIRE Transport Network theme.
Councils have been working closely with emergency services, government agencies and the voluntary and community sector to cope with the prolonged extreme weather over the last few months.
GeoPlace have been analysing where the Basic Land and Property Unit (BLPU) co-ordinate is outside of a building TOID. The results of this analysis are being sent to local authorities for review.
GeoPlace has announced the date and venue of this year's annual GeoPlace conference, exhibition and presentation of the Exemplar Awards.
Local authorities have a range of statutory responsibilities (which vary according to the type of authority) connected to the creation, maintenance and availability of address and street information.
This case study explores how North East Lincolnshire Council has achieved improvements in its local address data against a backdrop of increased pressure on staff resources and I.T. challenges.