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The Awards > The Ordnance Survey MasterMap Award 2005

The Ordnance Survey MasterMap Award for 'Better Mapping'
This award is to encourage innovative and stimulating map products derived from, and composed mainly of, Ordnance Survey's MasterMap data. The award comprises a trophy and a certificate and is being run by The British Cartographic Society with the support of Ordnance Survey.

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The award was introduced after the 2005 symposium and was therefore presented to the winners at the Fellows Evening in February 2006 held at the RGS, Kensington, London.

Due to the high quality of entries two winning entries have been awarded.

Winner :: Winner


WINNER

Ashfield District Council
Walks in Jacksdale - Wharf Green and Smotherfly

These delightful maps are full of good cartographic design. Although limited in the volume of work due to the small size of the areas, the application of the cartographic principles of selection and simplification is particularly effective as is the representation of the footpath data introduced from another source.
The maps are aesthetic, clear and easy to interpret, an attractive enhancement to the promotional literature. To quote one of the judges: 'It does exactly what it claims'.

Presentation

WINNER

Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
Bespoke Map of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

This entry demonstrated how MasterMap data can be integrated with information from different sources to create an imaginative and useful product. The map sits well within the Borough's overall travel mapping application and fulfills its role admirably.
The end result is Aesthetically pleasing and effectively communicates the base mapping in a clear and user friendly manner. A good example of innovative use of MasterMap

Presentation


Entries were also received from:

Entrant

Title

Nottingham City Council Jubilee Campus Extension
Pindar Graphics Waterloo Vicinity Map
RTA Associates Ltd Wolverhampton City Council Consolidation of Waiting Restrictions (City Centre) 2005
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