AGI Breakfast Briefing – A Geospatial Commission that works for us all

Speculation is to be expected, but we’ve all been told the new Geospatial Commission has a firm and specific remit: deriving greater value in the long term for UK plc, from the many agencies creating or using geographic information across government today.


As citizens of the UK, we should all benefit greatly. This is excellent news for the UK geo community.

On 22nd Feb – tell us your views on the Geospatial Commission!

We’d like to know. Vendors, suppliers, AGI members of all kinds have an interest in the Commission’s work. Following on from our successful GeoCom Breakfast Briefing, we’d like you to join us on Feb 22nd  (8am, times to be confirmed) at Church House in Westminster – with breakfast, of course – to discuss the scope, logistics, and potential for the Commission’s outcomes. We’ll be asking:

  • How will the Commission’s work affect you?
  • Which challenges can we help the Geospatial Commission to address?
  • What insights can we offer as a community of geo-data creators and users?
  • What will help the GC’s plans for sustainable success, in our industry, for our nation?
  • What does the Commission need most? What do we hope the Commission will achieve?
  • – and other key questions, in search of essential answers.

This will be a moderated briefing, and it will be free of charge.

We’ll be publishing the outcomes in two forms: as a paper that will be distributed exclusively to AGI members, and in a series of reports that will be updated as the Commission’s work progresses.

Don’t miss out – register your interest now!

Please provide the following information in your application: 



Job title


What interests you most about the Geospatial Commission’s scope or remit?”

From the applications, we’ll select around 30 AGI members who represent an excellent cross-section of the GI community in the UK. Numbers will be limited, but, large or small, from surveyor to supplier, we encourage you all to apply for the GC Breakfast Briefing now – make your voice heard! 

Tell us who you are, what your interest in the Geospatial Commission is, and – if you’re not successful in getting a ticket for this briefing – if you’d like a copy of the AGI’s GC Reports, as they’re published.