Tag: planning

Open Government Data Case Study – Kamo Place Race

(Printable PDF version) Town planning made lean and agile Who: Whangarei District Council’s District Planning Team What: A regulatory Town Plan for Kamo in Northland, New Zealand Where: https://www.facebook.com/kamoplacerace Why: The council was required under statute to review each provision

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Here’s an open source transport and planning map of Greater Manchester to play with

Maps Planning Manchester All the roadworks planned in Greater Manchester. Just in case you were planning to drive there. Image: GMODIN. Open planning maps are all the rage these days. London’s transport authorities have developed a nifty tool which you

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Open Data

Recently I was watching the movie Antitrust from 2001 staring Ryan Phillippe as a computer programmer in the midst of the first tech bubble. In one scene, Ryan is seen searching the company’s secret database where he discovers extensive dossiers

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Open Data for Planning

  We need a good Planning system to face the effects of global change. Population increase, availability of natural resources combined with lack of political stability will impose greater pressure on the construction industry globally and nationally. Planning is needed

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Explore our new National Planning Casework data

In another pioneering move from OpenDataCommunities, we’re pleased to launch a new mapping app for the National Planning Casework Unit’s (NPCU) data. The NPCU was set up in March 2011 to manage planning decisions on behalf of the Secretary of

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