Hampshire is changing The changing face of our landscape is something that affects us all; the loss of hedgerows, rapid expansion of urban areas or erosion of our coastlines to highlight just a few crucial issues. Some of the more serious forms of landscape change can make areas more exposed to flooding or threaten the natural
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This is a guest post by Leo Valberg, Senior Data Scientist at Nquiringminds. This post was originally published on the Nquiringminds blog. The Open City Data Platform is one of the initiatives the Hampshire Hub Partnership is involved with. #1 The Overarching Mission Thinking ahead to April when the FutureCites contract to build a data integration
“Tell me about it!” In a previous post I talked about the Hampshire Hub’s work on making Planning Data available in a linked and open format following funding being made available from the Data Strategy Board. Well, this work has been progressing behind the scenes and, with the help of the Local eGovernment Standards Body,
The Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) held its Annual Conference on 27th February in Farnborough, Hampshire. Video highlights from the event are shown below, together with one of the presentations. Full details, and links to more presentations are on the Enterprise M3 web site.
Southampton City Council has announced free Wi-Fi for busy locations in Southampton City Centre. In a Press Release, the City Council stated: Southampton is to be one of the first cities in the south to have free Wi-Fi available in busy locations, enabling residents and visitors to access the internet while out and about. The
This update contains extracts from a post on the LGiU web site written by Joan Munro, Director, Accelerating Innovation in Local Government Research Project. The Accelerating Innovation in Local Government Research Project (AIILGRP) has partnered with the Local Government Association (LGA) to consider what councillors might do to foster more innovations in their councils. You an
The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) – which represents the interests of around 8,500 town and parish councils in England – has published the Good Councillors’ Guide 2013. In a statement on its web site, NALC said: This revised and updated fourth edition is a welcome and an essential resource for new and established councillors but