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GDI Waldeck-Frankenberg

GDI Waldeck-Frankenberg

The district of Waldeck-Frankenberg and its 21 towns and municipalities have joined forces to create a joint geodata infrastructure through inter-municipal cooperation. The GDI Waldeck-Frankenberg receives technical and organisational support from the Office for Land Management in Korbach.

The establishment of a geodata infrastructure will make the geodata available to the municipalities electronically in accordance with uniform standards. This will not only enable the previously scattered geodata to be used more effectively, but will also enable the local authorities to fulfil the requirement of the EU's INSPIRE directive for a standardised description and provision of geodata on the internet and save a lot of money through the use of synergies.

The geodata of the GDI Waldeck-Frankenberg can be found in the Geoportal Nordhessen, together with other data from the federal government, the state of Hesse and other partners. Specialised topics are also published in a map viewer on the respective homepage of the district or the towns and municipalities.

There are corresponding maps for the following topics:

  • Planning & Building (e.g. development plans in Waldeck-Frankenberg)
  • Health & Social (e.g. nursing services, hospitals)
  • Environment (e.g. data on water gauges, flood risk, protected areas, noise, soil condition, habitats and biotopes, geology)
  • Infrastructure (e.g. fire stations, NVV stops, HessenForst rescue points)
  • Sport, leisure & recreation (e.g. hikers' car parks)
  • Family & Education (e.g. day care centres, school catchment areas, school locations)