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As a Registered Social Landlord you are responsible for the property and also have a responsibility to the people living in your properties to provide Duty of Care, safe, liveable and cost effective accommodation.

By using Geographical Information i.e. a digital map, it is easy to see where your properties are.   By locating your properties on a digital map provides a strong foundation for integrating information, analysing data, and sharing knowledge with others, i.e. consultants, contractors, solicitors.  The ease of maintaining a digital map ensures all parties are using the most up to date information available, and enables better informed decisions to be made quickly and effectively for:

  • Property Management (including Asbestos Register)
  • Land Terrier
  • Grounds Maintenance (integrate landscaping design and planting schemes)
  • Neighbourhood Analysis

Allows you to integrate Housing, Tenant, Terrier, Ground/Estate, Demographic, Architectural and Design (CAD), Asbestos, Anti-Social, Stock Condition Survey information including photographs, videos and floor plans. 

With a digital map at is core virtually any element of your housing business can be managed more easily and more efficiently with a solution from AIT Spatial.

Key Features

Streamline Predictive Maintenance
Integrating your housing stock condition data with a digital map enables maintenance teams to streamline predictive maintenance and scheduling tasks.  For example, if all properties in a particular locality have their boilers inspected during a single phase of work, time and money is not wasted travelling to and from the area over consecutive days or weeks.
Terrier Information
  • Integrating your terrier information ensures you know exactly what parcels of land you are responsible for and therefore ensure you are not wasting resources.  For example, answer the following questions:
    • Are you aware of your potential ransom strips, and the revenue which could be generated?
    • Are you managing land you are not responsible for?
    • Does the large chestnut tree besides 27 Sample Street belong to you? or someone else?
By visualising your voids on a digital map, you can often determine clusters or patterns which may not be immediately apparent when viewing a tabular listing.  For example, display your void details along side anti-social information and you may discover the recurring voids are centred around a particular area or property.  Enhancing the map with anti-social behaviour data may then identify the cause of the problem - such as the family at 27 Sample Street.