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National Spatial Address Infrastructure

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Belize National Spatial Data Infrastructure Web Portal Unveiled

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Consultation on National Spatial Data Infrastructure Policy

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SINGAPORE COOPERATION PROGRAMME TRAINING Enabling National Spatial Data Infrastructures 2019

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Workshop on State Spatial Data Infrastructure (SSDI) kicks off in Bangalore, India

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How NSDI India is working as a data savior to aid country's development

The National Spatial Address Infrastructure (NSAI) was a database proposed by the UK Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM) on 26 May 2005 with the intention of creating a single repository of addresses for the UK. The proposal encountered numerous objections, particularly from local authorities who argued that such a repository already existed in the form of the National Land and Property Gazetteer (NLPG). Currently proposals for the NSAI have been suspended.
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