By Gayle Gander, Head of Marketing at GeoPlace with Rachel Antcliffe, Principal LLPG Officer at Leeds City Council West Yorkshire councils collaboration with the emergency services is leading to better quality location data Accurate data is imperative for protecting the vulnerable and despatching resources to the right location in an emergency situation. In the simplest … Continue reading Working for the local community
By Richard Duffield, Senior Consultant at GeoPlace. A Welsh version is available below. In Wales, Land Transaction Tax (LTT) replaced stamp duty from April 2018. The tax is used to support public services in Wales, so it is important to government, to citizens and business as property buyers, users of public services and taxpayers that … Continue reading Using the UPRN to improve collection of Land Transaction Tax in Wales
GeoCom 19 - Hitting Net Zero
Simon Barlow, Executive Director of Consultancy, GeoPlace. We love the profound sense of knowing our place in the world. We also know that communities thrive on understanding their location in context, and that our country’s diverse cultural heritage is a vital part of what it means to say, “Proud to be British”. That said, the … Continue reading Culture and Location. A Capital Idea
Emily Griffiths, Head of Data Quality and Analytics, Josh Gooch, Senior Spatial Data Analyst, Luke Studden, Supplier Manager, Gayle Gander, Head of Marketing At our annual conference, we wanted something special to show how address and street data can really ‘bring location to life'. The GeoPlace annual conference is an event that brings so much … Continue reading How to bring location to life
By Gayle Gander, Head of Marketing GeoPlace’s annual conference is on 9th May in the City of London, its theme is ‘Bringing location to life’ Everyone’s talking about how to build a better Britain. By delivering national infrastructures of address and street information to the best possible standards, we can furnish innovators and policy-makers with … Continue reading Bringing location to life
At GeoPlace LLP’s annual Awards, some of the more unusual house names and addresses in Britain came to light in a new category, the “Award for Britain’s Most Fantastic Address”.