Discover how Ordnance Survey data is driving more efficient decisions in organisations like yours.
Ordnance Survey helped to enable a master source of address information to be collated into a central hub that Scottish Water, their partners, and agencies, can use to seamlessly manage the lifecycle of an address.
Like many Local Authorities, Doncaster Council relies on a wealth of open and premium OS data to help deliver statutory and non-statutory services, including Strategic Asset Management, drainage, and Street Scene.
From fundraising for more greenspace, to underpinning neighbourhood planning, to creating a public art trail, Histon and Impington Parish Council show how councils can make the most of OS mapping.
Supplied under the Public Sector Geospatial Agreement (PSGA), councils across Great Britain c...
In response to the government’s Emergency Active Travel Fund (EATF), OS Partner, Road Safety Analysis and the Agilysis team used OS MasterMap Highways combined with their own data, to create a tool enabling local authorities to assess their active travel network.
The EATF is providin...
Read how OS geospatial data helped North Somerset Council save both time and money by making it easier for people to submit valid planning applications.
OS worked with Northumberland County Council to help them increase rates of recycling and reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill.
Ordnance Survey (OS) mapping enabled a local council to build an accurate picture of sites, which could be redeveloped for housing.
Broxtowe Borough Council used OS MasterMap to overlay relevant data and build a detailed and precise picture of local authority sites with potential for housi...
Chesham Town Council identified potential new income worth £12,000 by better managing its local cemetery with OS MasterMap.
Using Ordnance Survey’s highly detailed, large-scale mapping, via Pear Technology’s cemetery management system, Chesham Town Council can record plot...