Planning needs a federated geospatial mapping service, by Euan Mills

Whilst planning today is done mostly at local level there will always be a need to exchange information between national and regional bodies. Not only for the planning of major infrastructure or cross-boundary projects, but simply to monitor the cumulative impact of the thousands of small decisions made on a daily basis.

by Euan Mills

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