This case study was jointly produced by the Association for Geographic Information and the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG).

This case study was jointly produced by the Association for Geographic Information and the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG).

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Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), Association for Geographic Information (2019). Spatial Hub: Turning local government data into self-sustaining assets. Case study. [online] Available at: www.rgs.org/impact/HumOST Last accessed on: <date>

 

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