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Learning the lie of the land

A 300 user geographic information system has been implemented by Plymouth City Council. Based on GGP's new national land and property gazetteer system, Plymouth's GIS is available to schools, libraries and police stations as well as council offices.

It allows users to create overlays for 'everything from historic sites and monuments to planning applications and street lights' according to the council.

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