National Land and Property Gazetteer

GeoPlace

GeoPlace is a public sector limited liability partnership between the Local Government Association and Ordnance Survey. Its vision is to be the recognised centre of excellence for spatial address and street information management in Great Britain.

GeoPlace's role is to create and maintain the National Address Gazetteer Database and the National Street Gazetteer Database for England and Wales, providing definitive sources of publicly-owned spatial address and street data.

The National Address Gazetteer Database, managed by GeoPlace, is the data storage and internal set of processes bringing together the existing local authority sourced Local Land and Property Gazetteers (LLPGs) together with Ordnance Survey, Valuation Office Agency and Royal Mail data. Ordnance Survey create the AddressBase range of products based on software and systems provided by GeoPlace.

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Services for Authority Address Custodians

'maintaining accurate address information'GeoPlace manages the NLPG hub and provides a range of services to Authority Address Custodians who are responsible for capturing and maintaining address change intelligence. This section contains dedicated resources for Authority Address Custodians.

NLPG for the PSMA community and commercial sector

Benefits of accurate location intelligenceLocation intelligence could save your organisation time,money and effort. To find out how, have a look at what address and location data products can do for your sector:

Public Sector Mapping Agreement (PSMA) member

Commercial sector

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