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Acacia project begins first pilots, By Ian Cuddy. eGov monitor Weekly, 14 April 2003. "A multi-agency project to design and implement a single national infrastructure of property addresses and related data is set to begin its first pilot work with local authorities..." (c) KAM Ltd 2003.
e-conveyancing a step further following Land Registry deal. Public Technology, 8 August 2005. "Land Registry and the Institute of Legal Executives (ILEX) have agreed to develop a new e-conveyancing operation - a major e-government initiative..."
Land Registry and ILEX agree Memorandum of Understanding. Source: Land Registry. eGov Monitor, 5 August, 2005. "Land Registry and the Institute of Legal Executives (ILEX) have pledged their commitment to improving the conveyancing process in England and Wales by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)..."
ODPM pinpoints addresses. Kablenet, 27 May 2005. "A new database is being set up to provide the public sector with more accurate information on citizens' addresses. The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM) and Improvement and Development Agency (IDeA) have released plans for a new address and property database, it was announced on 26 May 2005..."
Towards a national spatial address infrastructure in the UK. eGovernment News, 7 June 2005 - United Kingdom - Infrastructure. "The UK government has unveiled plans for a national spatial address infrastructure (NSAI) that would among other things facilitate the delivery of e-government services..."
EURIM Questions Government Database Plans, By eGov monitor Newsdesk, 8 July, 2005. "Parliamentary group queries need for new database of property addresses. An influential IT lobby group has called for further clarity over the Government's plans to create a single national database for property and address information..."
Behind schedule & problems to sort: National Spatial Address Infrastructure. Public Technology, 12 August 2005. "Following the publication of the outline prospectus on the National Spatial Address Infrastructure (NSAI) by ODPM in May 2005, the Improvement and Development Agency (IDeA) and Ordnance Survey have been in discussions on the agreements necessary to underpin the proposed infrastructure..."
National Gazeteer transfer on hold. Kablenet, 12 August 2005. "Plans for a new National Spatial Address Infrastructure (NSAI) have run into problems..."
Update on National Spatial Address Infrastructure. Source: Improvement and Development Agency. eGov Monitor, 11 August, 2005. "Following the publication of the outline prospectus on the National Spatial Address Infrastructure by ODPM in May 2005, the Improvement and Development Agency (IDeA) and Ordnance Survey have been in discussions on the agreements necessary to underpin the proposed infrastructure..."
Lost in the system - Disagreement continues to delay the creation of a national database of addresses, says Michael Cross. The Guardian, August 18, 2005. "For the second time in two years, a key part of Britain's e-government strategy is in chaos because of uncertainty about who owns postal addresses. The government revealed last week that plans to create a national database of addresses - essential for schemes ranging from the identity card to the reform of the fire service - had been suspended because public agencies had failed to meet a deadline for agreement..."
UK government cancels plans for National Spatial Address Infrastructure. eGovernment News, 27 September 2005 - United Kingdom - Infrastructure. "Plans to create a national spatial address infrastructure (NSAI) in the UK have been shelved due to disagreements between the parties involved in the project..."
The dawning of Acacia. Kablenet, 16 September 2002. "A group of public sector bodies are joining forces to develop a national infrastructure for property information..."
Government links up address databases, By Sarah Arnott vnunet, 19 September 2002. "Single electronic infrastructure for land and property information. Six government agencies are collaborating to create a single electronic infrastructure for land and property information..."
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