The award-winning Geovation Accelerator Programme has already helped 137 PropTech and geospatial start-up firms advance to the next level. Applications for the next cohort will go live in the summer and we can’t wait to start the cycle once again with new participants in October.
The Geovation Accelerator Programme gives property and geospatial technology businesses the help and support they need to grow, as the latest success stories show. We're now looking for the next group of innovators to join the programme.
Read our latest updates and achievements as we continue to work toward realising our ambition of becoming the world’s leading land registry for speed, simplicity, and an open approach to data.
We’ve built a prototype digital register to explore and improve the structure of our data and how the next evolution of the Land Register could deliver significant benefits for data users, as Gareth Robson explains.
Applications are now open for the Geovation Accelerator Programme. Caroline Bray discusses the benefits for PropTechs using geospatial data.
Chris Pope reflects on 2018/19 and talks about how we're improving the processing of your applications, what we're doing to make it easier to work with us and how we're working to reduce requests for information (requisitions).
It's important our geospatial data is accessible and straightforward to use. Through the Data Discoverability project we, as a Geospatial Commission partner body, are working on improvements to the way we supply and present it.
Digital technology is changing the way we sell, buy and rent properties – and even how we find people to share them. Orla Shields of GetRentr tracks the trends in the continuing transformation of the property sector.
Data can tell stories of social as well as statistical value, as our competition prizewinners Lewis Carroll and Kat Kynes of marketing consultancy Pole Star Digital proved.
Student Murray McCreery explains how he created a prizewinning visualisation of property sales data.