Ordnance Survey expands mapping data to support biodiversity and environment projects

Stuart Stone
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Credit: Ordnance Survey

National mapping agency unveils major enhancements to green project data in biggest update since 2020

Ordnance Survey (OS) has today announced two major data enhancements to its mapping services aimed at supporting biodiversity and environmental measures, in what the mapping agency said amounted to its...

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