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3 million people learn about the Map for England

01 March 2013

You and YoursThe three million listeners to the BBC's flagship consumer affairs programme You & Yours who tuned in this afternoon heard an interview with RTPI Chief Executive Trudi Elliott talk about the Map for England project.

Trudi Elliott said: "You know something is a good idea when people say to you 'Why hasn't this been done before?' when you speak to them about it. We're very encouraged by the feedback we've had from people and we now want to hear what other layers of data people think should be on the Map."

James Sealey, Product Manager for Idox said: "We welcome the opportunity to demonstrate our spatial expertise to work alongside the RTPI on such a high-profile project. It is great that the media continues to pay interest to such an innovating and appealing project. The Map for England is a vital information tool that allows the general public and a wide-range of commercial and non-commercial organisations, to view the impact of different types of information. When viewed in relation to each other, the layers of information will help to make more informed and better decisions."

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