GeoPlace's annual conference is announced for 9th October 2013 at the Institute of Education in London
Time and money is saved by Adur and Worthing councils following a shared street naming and numbering service
London, 7th February 2013 – Adur District and Worthing Borough Councils are delivering a better service to the tax payer, whilst generating significant savings through shared services.
English Local Authorities have assumed responsibility from the Department for Transport for the management of the roads classification system
Kent County Council have been successful in reducing the number of potholes, whilst saving money at the same time
GeoPlace maintain ISO27001 Information Security and ISO9001 Quality Management Standard
To assist the Department for Transport to make streetworks information more accessible for the general public and other interested parties, GeoPlace has launched the Streetworks Signposting Service
After a vote by over 300 delegates, the London Borough of Harrow has been announced the winner of the Overall Exemplar Award at the Everything Happens Somewhere conference
After a highly competitive judging procedure, the 2012 Exemplar Awards for local authority service delivery have been announced.
Significant efficiency savings are identified in a new report on the creation of BLPU Polygons.
The agenda for the GeoPlace 'Everything Happens Somewhere' conference aims to support local government address and street information specialists, together with street naming and numbering officials