[Talk-GB] Future quarterly project idea

Colin Smale colin.smale at xs4all.nl
Sat Sep 24 12:08:23 UTC 2016

Over the last couple of years I have been slowly but surely working my
way up the country with the civil parishes. I have South East England,
South West England London, and East of England are just about complete.
I am now working on East Midlands. 

North East England, North West England, Yorkshire and the Humber, West
Midlands and Wales could do with some love however, and Northern Ireland
is a special case as the OSNI haven't released the boundary data AFAIK.


On 2016-09-24 13:50, Philip Barnes wrote:

> I have just been listening to Rory McCann talking about mapping Irish
> Townlands and the challenges they faced obtaining the data and tracing
> it from historic OS maps. The townlands are admin_level=10 relations,
> the same level as our civil parishes.
> Its a lot easier in the UK, we have a source of open data in OS
> Opendata Boundary Lines so I feel that this would be a relatively
> simple armchair, or at least swivel chair, project for those dark
> winter nights.
> They are an important level, our lowest level of Parish/Town councils
> use these boundaries, they are used in planning and are uselful when
> reporting issues with rights of way, in many counties path numbers
> change at the boundary.
> Phil (trigpoint)
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