[OSGeo Africa] South African Suburb Names with Extentions
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On Thu, Jul 25, 2019 at 5:01 PM Willem Badenhorst <mandalagis at gmail.com>
> Dear all
> Can anybody perhaps help me? I have the latest South African SG Cadastral
> layers which includes Allotment Areas, General Plans as well as tabular
> data of the Minor Regions.
> What I need is the Suburb Name with its Extension (e.g. Faerie Glen
> Ext24). The Allotment Areas only contain the main suburb name. The
> General Plans only contain the General Plan number, but I can see that it
> is actually all the suburb extension's spatial extend. As I understand it
> each General Plan has a "Suburb Name" attached to it, with the extension.
> The Minor Regions table seems to also only include the Suburb name without
> the extension.
> Is there perhaps a list with General Plan number with the suburb name
> (with extension) attached?
> Kind regards
> *Willem Badenhorst* (Manager)
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