The Cabinet Office
Firmly committed to improving transparency in Central Government, the Cabinet Office has developed a GIS-based web app that makes vacant property and land information more accessible to the public. Over time, it hopes that this online solution will lead to a decrease in under-utilised government-owned assets and increase revenue for government departments.
Read the case study for information on how:
- This GIS app supports the government’s transparency agenda, making information far more accessible to citizens.
- The use of Esri’s ArcGIS platform ensures that the web app is easy to use, allowing people to quickly find vacant properties and land in their chosen locations.
- The Cabinet Office streams background mapping data direct into its web solution, saving time on data preparation and management.
"The Cabinet Office has a very strong transparency policy and is committed to making data more accessible to the public. Our new GIS application supports that policy by making it far easier for people to find out about available property assets for sale or for rent."
Chris Statham, Head of Data Services at the Cabinet Office
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