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We want the copies of Fife & Perth and Kinross to have the old SNAC code, so we need to remove it from the new areas.
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MapIt is an open source project to help people run a web service that maps
geographical points to administrative areas. It is useful for anyone who has
the co-ordinates of a point on Earth, and who needs to find out what country,
region, city, constituency, or state it lies within. It’s also great for
looking up the shapes of all those boundaries.
It was created in 2003 by `mySociety <https://www.mysociety.org/>`__, a UK
charity, for use by their various tools needing admin area lookup.
MapIt can be installed as a Django app, or as a standalone server. For full
details, please see our site at http://code.mapit.mysociety.org/ for help
`mySociety <https://www.mysociety.org>`__ runs public installations of MapIt that
you might be able to use:
* `MapIt Global <http://global.mapit.mysociety.org/>`_ - global boundaries
from the `OpenStreetMap <http://www.openstreetmap.org/>`_ project.
* `MapIt UK <https://mapit.mysocie