Policy paper

CASE programme: mapping asset guidance

This publication was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Guidance for local areas looking to develop better knowledge about their local supply of culture and sport.

Documents

Culture and Sport Physical Asset Mapping Toolkit Research Report (Aug 2010)

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Culture and Sport Physical Asset Mapping Toolkit Research Report (Aug 2010)

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Supporting workbook for the Culture and Sport Physical Asset Mapping Toolkit Research

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Detail

This guidance identifies a range of readily available sources of data, allowing areas to get a good picture of their supply without commissioning bespoke work. It also provides data definitions and frameworks for allowing local areas to generate comparable definitions of asset types, as well as for recording new data from bespoke data collections. This ensures data comparability between areas and allows a richer picture of culture and sport supply to emerge over time, reducing duplication and increasing data use and re-use.