Posts in Category: HBSMR

Faculty Application System and Church Heritage Record

Client: Church of England

Church of England Faculty Application System and Church Heritage RecordThe Archbishops’ Council Faculty Simplification Group commissioned a working party to make recommendations for modernising and streamlining the faculty system. As part of this endeavour, ChurchCare - the Church of England's national resource - together with Exegesis, developed the Church Heritage Record and Online Faculty System.

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HBSMR Data Merge for Peak District National Park Authority

Client: Peak District National Park Authority

Peak District National ParkThe Peak District National Park Authority has had access to the HER data of the five constituent local authorities, stored in separate HBSMR databases, for nearly ten years. In order for the National Park Authority to maintain SHINE (Selected Heritage Inventory for Natural England) data within the Park a merged dataset was required.

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Archive Transformation - Relocation to DeepStore

Client: Cambridgeshire County Council

CCC archive relocation to DeepStoreCambridgeshire County Council has relocated much of its archaeological archive to DeepStore in Cheshire. All items in the existing archive were recatalogued and exeGesIS provided a technical solution to capture archive data for inclusion in the county's Historic Environment Record, which is stored and managed in HBSMR.

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Using HBSMR to record Local Wildlife Site data

Client: Cheshire West and Chester Council

CW&C LWS data in HBSMRCheshire West and Chester Council completed the task of creating a new register of locally designated wildlife sites. The new list was to be stored and managed in HBSMR, which had been in use by the Cheshire Historic Environment Record since 2002. exeGesIS was contracted to develop and install the necessary customisations.

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Extending professional access to the Lincolnshire Historic Environment Record

Client: Lincolnshire County Council

Lincolnshire District CouncilsexeGesIS developed a website to extend professional access to the Lincolnshire Historic Environment Record to district-council-based conservation officers. The website has been widely welcomed as the default source of historic environment data for professional use in the seven district councils of the county.

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Norfolk Heritage Explorer

Client: Norfolk Historic Environment Service

Norfolk Heritage ExplorerWorking closely together with Norfolk Landscape Archaeology we developed the Norfolk Heritage Explorer, a sophisticated website making Norfolk's rich Historic Environment Record data accessible to the public. The website has recently been given a facelift, becoming the first of our heritage websites to use the mojoPortal CMS.

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Exmoor's Past

Client: Exmoor National Park Authority

Exmoor's Past Exegesis was selected to work with Exmoor NPA staff to develop the 'Exmoor's Past' website as part of the Exmoor National Park Historic Environment Record (ENPHER) development project. This increased the searchability and range of publically available data, also presenting the information in an imaginative, attractive, user-friendly way.

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Lincolnshire Heritage @ Risk Project

Client: Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire Heritage at RiskThis innovative project created a network of volunteer Heritage Stewards who carry out surveys of the survival and condition of Lincolnshire's heritage. These volunteers are trained to survey all types of heritage assets and feed the information into an 'at risk' database. Exegesis developed the web site for the project.

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