Mapping infrastructure

This map shows the location of infrastructure organisations throughout England. The purpose of the map is to help share the information we have about the ever changing landscape of infrastructure and assist in connecting infrastructure organisations. It was produced in conjunction with the Big Assist project.

Add a new organisation by clicking the map. If you think we're missing an infrastructure organisation, then you can add it by clicking on the map. If the organisation works across a wide area, then click on the location of it's headquarters. You can pan and zoom the map to be more precise.

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About the map

The aim of the map is to ensure we have comprehensive coverage of all infrastructure organisations throughout England. NCVO will use the mapping produced to look at the characteristics of the organisations who ‘plot’ themselves – where are they, how many are there, what’s their total income & expenditure and how has that changed over the last few years.

You can use the form to filter the organisations that are shown on the map.

By infrastructure organisations we mean:

“civil society organisations whose main or only purpose is to support the work of other groups in the voluntary and community sector.”

The map currently only shows registered charities, but you are welcome to add other civil society organisations. A civil society organisation is:

  • a registered charity
  • a voluntary and community unincorporated charitable association
  • a community benefit society registered as an industrial and provident society
  • a community interest company
  • an organisation of another type if it operates as a social enterprise and principally reinvest its surpluses for social benefit
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Published: 02-07-2013