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NSG underpins lane rental scheme to bust congestion

The Department for Transport has announced that long traffic jams caused by roadworks could be a thing of the past.

22.02.18

GeoPlace

Consultation on the National Street Gazetteer, GeoPlace DEC-Streets Consultation Version 4.0

GeoPlace wish to receive comments on the consultation on the National Street Gazetteer, GeoPlace DEC-Streets Consultation Version 4.0. Details of where to find and how to comment on the consultation document can be found here: https://www.geoplace.co.uk/consultation. The consultation will run from Tuesday 2 January 2018 to Wednesday 28 February 2018.

03.01.18

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September 2017 NSG Edition is now available

street September 2017 NSG Edition is now available ...

03.10.17

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

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

GeoPlace

Linking internal systems within your authority

There are considerable financial and service provision benefits for local authorities who have a high number of linkages between their Local Land and Property Gazetteer (LLPG) and other council systems. This document outlines some on the benefits and factors to take into consideration.

23.12.15

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Updated National Street Gazetteer (NSG) Data Transfer Format (DTF) 8.1 documents released

GeoPlace has announced that the latest set of documents related to the transition to NSG DTF8.1 have now been released on the GeoPlace website.

09.12.15

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Huntingdonshire’s use of Cambridgeshire County Councils Public Right of Way data

Through the use of Cambridgeshire County Council’s Public Right of Way data, Huntingdonshire District Council saw improvements in internal systems and was able to identify premises not previously recorded, generating an income of £50K.

08.12.15