The Spatial Hub (www.spatialhub.scot) is an online resource that provides a single point of access to quality-assured Scottish local authority data, in a consistent format.
It was launched in 2016.
Data themes include planning, administrative boundaries, environmental, transport and community facilities.
It is developed, operated and managed by the Spatial Information Service.
Every local and national park authority provides data to the Spatial Hub where it is conflated into standardised and up-to-date national datasets.
SIS have also developed a series of different licences that enables data sharing with each sector or organisation.
This benefits local authorities by:
The benefits to wider society are: