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Mr Stephen Lambe
Mr Stephen Lambe Stephen is the Mapping Manager of Business & Administration Systems within Environmental Services at Worcestershire County Council; he is responsible for the integration and development of mapping systems and processes.

Stephen joined local government in 1988 and has worked as what he describes as a ‘cartographic surveyor’, working in planning, land and property, Countryside & Highways and more recently has taken the lead in the mapping requirements of the Flood and Water Management Act 2010 for Worcestershire; which has lead to his development of a web-based GIS to allow all authorities and partnering organisations within the County to access and edit the gathered data, using predefined standards and cartographic styles. Prior to this he lead a 8 year project to research the historical extents/limits of the highway network, in Worcestershire; examining historical records and documentary evidence which was later surveyed before being drawn on to a GIS.

Within the BCS Stephen is a member of the membership committee and is the Awards Officer. Outside of cartography, Stephen runs a property management company, is a keen photographer, dabbles in water colours and oil painting, as well as being a film buff.
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