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Here is a little Shape file that i made from OS Open Data. it will open in Google earth, (requires google Earth to be installed). It will allow you to quickly find the relevant borough when conducting TPOs. speeding up the process.

 

for those of you interested i used Manifold to export the SHP file to KML using the required attributes as info for the KML file Title, Name Description ETC

 

All you need to do is single click on an area and it will tell you the name of the council. the rest is up to you.:thumbup1:

 

It's mostly for the south of england with a few areas cut out. i am working on a file for the entire UK but at the moment its size is such that GoogleEarth freaks out a bit when it is opened.

 

the file size is 10meg so please down load from my dropbox

 

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