Address Geography SIG
The Address Geography SIG exists to provide information and promote development in the important area of address geography.
The AGSIG was created in 1998 out of the AGI Postcode Round Table. However, its remit is wider and extends to the geography of all kinds of addressable objects. The focus of the SIG is about the location of addresses, rather than the addresses themselves. The SIG will highlight the benefits of attention to this area and the possible consequences of neglect and poor quality.
The AGSIG has run a series of seminars on Address Geography topics, including "Address Geography: how joined up?", "Address Geography: what do the users want?" and BS7666 Review. The SIG is increasingly involved in lobbying and research concerning addressing issues.