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Posts in Category: Rights of Way

Pennine Bridleway Survey

Client: Natural England

Pennine Bridleway SurveyIn early 2014, exeGesIS worked with Natural England on a baseline survey of the 330 km long Pennine Bridleway,  the only National Trail designed primarily for use by horse riders. This work involved developing the survey methodology, provision of survey equipment and technical support, and analysis of the data collected on the survey.

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South Downs Survey

Client: South Downs National Park Authority

South Downs SurveyThe South Downs National Park Authority asked exeGesIS to carry out a complete baseline survey of the Serpent Trail and the South Downs Way, totalling nearly 300 km. exeGesIS worked with the Authority to develop the methodology for the survey, and then completed all setup, fieldwork, data analysis and reporting in just eight weeks.

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Bristol City Rights of Way Survey

Client: Bristol City Council

Bristol City Council Rights of Way SurveyBristol City Council held a considerable amount of data relating to the assets on their public rights of way network, but some of this information was out of date. exeGesIS were asked to resurvey the network, preserving what existing information was still relevant, and updating where appropriate.

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Wales Coast Path Condition Survey

Client: Natural Resources Wales / Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru

Wales Coast Path LogoexeGesIS and Natural Resources Wales (NRW) undertook a 1,200 km survey of the Wales Coast Path prior to its opening. This was used to establish a baseline for the condition of the path and provide a resource for those responsible for its management. exeGesIS worked with NRW to establish the methodology for the survey.

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Coast Alive Smartphone Project

Client: Norfolk County Council

Coast Alive rights of way smartphone applicationWe developed two mobile applications that demonstrated how rights of way data from Norfolk County Council and Zeeland can be consumed, shared and updated by mobile users. The applications allow the mobile user to see data and information in their local area, edit that information and report issues back to the host databases.

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Powys Annual BVPI Survey

Client: Powys County Council

As part of their annual maintenance scheme Powys County Council requires a condition survey carried out on a 5% sample of the Rights of Way network, in line with established BVPI (best value performance indicator) standards.
 

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Ceredigion Annual BVPI Survey

Client: Ceredigion County Council

Ceredigion BVPI SurveyCeredigion County Council required a condition survey carried out on a 5% sample of the Rights of Way network. exeGesIS undertook the survey, analysed the condition data and produced reports. The data was also imported into CAMS in order to make it accessible to all officers responsible for the network.

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Monmouthshire CAMS Web

Client: Monmouthshire County Council

Monmouthshire CAMS Web is a joint project between exeGesIS and Monmouthshire Council to provide an online copy of their definitive map for members of their authority. The interactive web map is hosted by exeGesIS.
 

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Wales Coast Path Digitisation

Client: Natural Resources Wales / Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru

Wales Coast Path Digitisation ProjectexeGesIS worked closely with Natural Resources Wales prior to the opening of the Wales Coast Path to provide a digital copy of the path for reference and release to the public in a variety of formats. The task required splitting and labelling approximately 1,500 km of path network supplied by NRW.

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Carmarthenshire Greenspace analysis

Client: Carmarthenshire County Council

Carmarthenshire Greenspace analysisexeGesIS undertook an analysis of Greenspace and Public Open Space in Carmarthenshire for 21 major and 51 minor settlements to determine the percentage of the population in each settlement which passed set criteria. The results were reviewed by local authority staff via a website, allowing comments to be left and read by others.

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