Parish Online News - Welcome Back

Parish Online News - Welcome Back


Welcome Back

Welcome back everyone, we hope you all had an enjoyable Christmas and New Year.

Here at Parish Online we're already working hard on upgrades and thinking about how we can make the software the best it can be.

We have exciting things planned this year, which will make Parish Online an even more efficient tool and we can't wait to share them with you all.

Don't forget, if your council are planning on using digital mapping for any interesting projects this year, please download our case study template and send us your story.


Planning Ahead for Flooding


With Storm Christoph currently causing towns and villages across the country to be on high alert for flooding, we want to wish everyone in vulnerable areas our best and hope homes and businesses stay unaffected.

There's a lot of useful information for Local Councils on extreme weather events. For example, NALC have produced an article on The Property Flood Resilience Code, which highlights the importance of property flood resilience measures and the steps needed to reduce the impact of any future floods.

Over the years we've seen many Local Councils use Parish Online for flooding related work, such as:

The priority now is to stay safe and follow Government and Environment Agency guidance, and know that the team at Parish Online are here to support you with our software and mapping advice.


Discount Codes

A reminder of our current active discount codes:

Please note, to qualify for these discounts your council needs to be a new subscriber and a member of your regional ALC.


GIS Data Update


Cambridgeshire County Council is now sharing their Public Rights of Way into Parish Online.

It's free and easy for your principal local authority to share data into Parish Online. It benefits all parishes in your area allowing you to self-serve, and the council receive less enquiries from you! Ask them to share their GIS data to Parish Online today. Copy This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. into the email you send and we can support the conversation with them.



Thank you for reading our latest newsletter. If you need anything, please get in touch.

Many Thanks,
The Parish Online Team