The Victorian Spatial Council was established in September 2004 under the Victorian Spatial Information Strategy 2004-07.
Its members represent the peak spatial information associations for business, government, academia, the professions, and key interest groups.
All sectors work together through the Council to lead a coordinated whole of spatial information community approach to policy development, custodianship, management and utilisation, and provide a mechanism for cross-sectoral consultation and liaison.
Through its web site, the Council will keep you informed about its activities and the policies and tools to support spatial information management, and bring you stories about how spatial information is being used and developed in Victoria and elsewhere.
The Custodianship Program
The Council is also implementing a Custodianship Program to promote the principles of custodianship and increase the number of datasets being managed under formal custodianship arrangements.
Click on the buttons below for more information about the VSC's custodianship activities.
The Council undertakes a range of activities that are outlined each year in its annual work plans.
Victorian Spatial Information Strategy 2011-2014
In October 2011, the Council published the next iteration of the Victorian Spatial Information Strategy, covering the period 2011 to 2014.
Spatial News | Wednesday, 23rd July 2014
Victorian Spatial Information Strategy 2011-14 // The Council has published its latest Victorian Spatial Information Strategy covering the period 2011 to 2014
Landmark 48 December 2013 // Landmark 48 now available // The Council has published the December 2013 edition of Landmark
An Information Management Framework for Victoria // The Council proposes that Victoria develop an Information Management Framework that addresses the need to appropriately manage spatial and non spatial information.