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Exmoor HBSMR Web Upgrade

Client: Exmoor National Park Authority

ENPA HBSMR WebExmoor National Park Authority (ENPA) commissioned Exegesis to upgrade their existing HER website to use the current version of HBSMR Web.

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National Historic Landscape Characterisation (NHLC) Project

Client: Natural England

Extract from the 1km grid NHLCExegesis were appointed by Natural England to compile a national HLC dataset, drawing together the existing sub-regional HLC datasets and applying a common framework, structure and terminology to a new unified dataset. The aim of the project is to improve the awareness, understanding and ability to manage and monitor England’s historic landscape at a national scale.

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Historic Place Names of Wales

Client: RCAHMW

Historic Place Names of WalesThe Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales commissioned Exegesis to build an accessible and bilingual website in line with the Historic Environment (Wales) Act 2016 which required Ministers to maintain a list of historic place names in Wales.

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Church Heritage Cymru

Client: Church in Wales

Church Heritage Cymru is a digital database of church buildings with integrated GIS. exeGesIS developed the system in 2015 for the Church in Wales in order to capture information on all its churches.

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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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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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Exegesis and the Heritage Gateway

Client: English Heritage

Heritage GatewayThe Heritage Gateway is an English Heritage website that allows users to search almost 60 resources from across the country. Exegesis has had a long involvement with the project and has developed solutions to allow publication of data held in HBSMR and to enable map-based searching.

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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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