[Talk-GB] Guidance for adding PRoW to OSM
steven at stevenhorner.com
Mon Dec 31 11:56:41 GMT 2012
Barry: I applied on Nov 28th but contacted the PRoW team who I have some
contact with, I received the below response on Dec 10th. It's good to read
they have made some progress and applied for an exemption. Do you have any
thoughts on how you would tag the paths if adding to OSM as I mentioned.
I was just looking at the data you have up on your website when your reply
came in ;-)
*Re: Digital PROW information***
At present we don't supply the digital information other than direct people
to the online Definitive Map.
We are aware of the Government's Open Data project and we (in conjunction
with DCC's GIS people) are looking into the possiblility of making the data
available in alternative ways.
We hope to have sorted something out regarding our policy either this week
or early next week. I can let you know as soon as I do.
Access & Rights of Way
On Mon, Dec 31, 2012 at 11:19 AM, Barry Cornelius <
barrycorneliusuk at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 31 Dec 2012, Steven Horner wrote:
>> I have been adding to OSM for about 18 months but more active in recent
>> weeks. I have requested the PRoW from Durham County Council, they
>> have not released their data but do have it electronically, just
>> not publicly available to download yet. Their response was more postive
>> I expected they were looking into it already and were hoping to have a
>> official response before Xmas (haven't yet).
> I've also applied to Durham County Council for their dataset containing
> details of their PROWs. I did this on December 6th. As you say they've
> been positive. They updated me on December 18th saying that they had
> applied for an exemption from the Ordnance Survey but they thought it
> possible that they would not get this before the Christmas holidays.
> Barry Cornelius
0191 645 2265
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