Ordnance Survey


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Ordnance Survey

the official map-making body of the British or Irish government
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A spokesman for the Ordnance Survey said they have checked the new data and confirmed it will amend its maps and listings, meaning Thack Moor will become England's 254th mountain.
But it may take a few weeks for the Ordnance Survey to check our measurements.
Three-dimensional maps in themselves aren't new, but what we've achieved in Bournemouth is a level of accuracy and detail that's never been done before,' said Glen Hart, head of research at Ordnance Survey.
Now people will be able to find us, they will be able to come to invest, to bring jobs and to do business and without the help that we have had from Ordnance Survey this would not have happened.
We now anticipate that the Black Country will be incorporated in the map title when Ordnance Survey next publish the map for this area.
Ordnance Survey said they were considering "the feasibility of showing industrial heritage as part of the Historical Map series".
But although the natural bedrock and the Ordnance Survey map height of 1085m will remain the same for all those many thousands of people who visit the mountain, when that extra metre of summit plinth is gained they are peering down on land and sea 1086m below them," said Mr Barnard.
Anna Old, a pupil at St Anthony's Girls School in Sunderland, spent the day unearthing archaeological remains with Channel 4's Time Team, after winning a competition run by national mapping agency, Ordnance Survey.
A British company has announced the launch of a mapping service to compete with that of the Ordnance Survey.
BUSINESS leaders are determined to press ahead in their campaign to get the Black Country included as an official area on Ordnance Survey maps.
MPs are backing a campaign launched by business leaders who want the Ordnance Survey to name the Black Country on its maps.
Historians want Welsh conflicts to be marked HISTORIANS want the long-forgotten battles that helped shape modern Wales marked on Ordnance Survey maps.

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