Local Authorities deal with a vast number of planning applications, Local Land Charges Register searches, environmental information requests and other location checks. Performing these searches and collating results satisfactorily can overburden resource, time and the services of several departments across the organisation.
Can this task be less labour intensive by being “self-service"?
This webinar will explore a method that council officers can use for performing spatial searches on a large number of datasets and displaying the results in a formal report including an Ordnance Survey map.
Who should attend?
The webinar is open to anyone in Central Government and Local Authorities who are involved in location based decision making. For example, this may include GIS, IT, Planning and Environment teams.
This webinar will explore:
- Whether the task of finding out what constraints might affect a chosen site can be made less labour intensive
- How implementing "self-service" can reduce the burden on council resources, help improve search accuracy, consistency, and response times to search requests
- A method that council officers can use for performing spatial searches on a large number of datasets and displaying the results in a formal report with a map
To reserve your place, visit: http://cdcp.io/wlg2