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The Awards > The Ordnance Survey MasterMap Award 2009

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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Mr. Bob Lilley, the BCS President and Cartography Manager at Ordnance Survey (GB) presented the award.

WINNER

Presentation

Applied Information Group
Legible London

Their entry 'Legible London' is a new pedestrian wayfinding system to help people walk around the Capital.

Legible London maps are a prototype design for a world-class pedestrian wayfinding system, commissioned by Transport for London and due for London-wide rollout in on-street signs by 2015. 43 are currently installed in the West End.
The judges felt that through providing modern design alongside simple, yet effective cartography AIG had managed to produce a product using OS MasterMap that is easy to use, fit for purpose and visually striking.

Bob Lilley, BCS President and also Cartography Manager at Ordnance Survey, presents James Lefrere of AIG with the award and certificate

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Entries were received from:

Entrant

Title

Applied Information Group Legible London
Hometrack Tidee
Caerphilly County Borough Council CCBC Local Development Plan Proposals Map
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