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Brighton, East Sussex
Latitude: (50.83, Longitude: -.13
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Brighton is a city in East Sussex at latitude 50° 49′ 48″ North, longitude 0° 7′ 48″ West.

2012 Mapping after licence redaction

User:Jnicho02 asked a question about remapping Brighton after licence redaction changes are automatically applied. The response was that could be used to identify roads and features that need remapping.

Most Recent Brighton Mapping Party

Took place Saturday 19th November 2011 more details to follow. (Best date was chosen by the poll on: [1] )

This Mapping party was in response this tweet and this article on the Guardian blog re Skobbler's navigation app lack POIs in Brighton:

Cake diagram

Photos on Flickr (tag osmbrightonmappingparty2011)

Attendees: Smsm1, Derick, Dan Karran, Alex, Emilie.

OSM Coverage

This map includes the City of Brighton and Hove and Shoreham-by-Sea.

The natural boundaries of this conurbation are the sea to the South, the Downs to the East (to Falmer Rd, and including Woodingdean), Downs to the North (the A27 effectively), and River Adur on the West.


The project to map Brighton was taken up by Mikel Maron in 2006/7 who was a Brighton resident at the time.

Animated GIF of OSM History in Brighton 2006/7

Mappers started from the Brighton core and extended out in each direction.

2007 Brighton Stubs Map show locations of ["known unknowns"], mainly footpaths which couldn't be surveyed while driving through Bevendean.

People Mapping Brighton



Events Workshops and Coverage


  • Mapping party on Saturday 19th November 2011


Launch November 2007

The launch of OpenStreetMap Brighton was a past event at the Brighthelm Centre, November 29th 2007.

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Download the Press Release

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