Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council
Cyngor Bwrdeisdref Sirol Balenau Gwent
The stunning town of Ebbw Vale, nestled at the head of the valley, is the location for Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council. A population of around 70, 000 call this proud Welsh Borough their home. If you get the chance, call in to Bedwellty House in Tredegar, you won’t be disappointed.
Bournemouth Borough Council
A smiling population of 200, 000 call the beautiful town of Bournemouth their home. With more than 5 million visitors each year, Bournemouth has long since secured its place as one of the most beautiful Borough’s in the UK.
Brecon Beacons National Park Authority
Parc Cenedlaethol Bannau Brycheiniog
519 square miles of unbridled beauty form the Brecon Beacons, with Pen Y Fan arguably the jewel in its crown. We’re delighted to deliver our Housing solutions into BBNPA…we’re never short of volunteers here at DEF HQ for our bi-annual customer service visits.
Bridgend County Borough Council
Cyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr
With a fantastic café culture which traces a path along the River Ogmore, Bridgend County Borough Council serves a population of around 140, 000 across a fascinating landscape. Coity Castle is the destination of choice here in the DEF HQ.
Caerphilly County Borough Council
Cyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Caerffili
Straddling the ancient county boundary between Glamorgan and Monmouthshire, Caerphilly County Borough boasts a wealth of beautiful towns and villages. It’s awash with museums and architecture – the Winding House in New Tredegar is a favourite amongst the DEF team.
Christchurch Borough Council
Christchurch's unique location at the confluence of the rivers Stour and Avon and on the shores of its own spectacular natural harbour makes it the perfect destination to relax and unwind. Close to the magnificent Dorset World Heritage Coast and the tranquil New Forest National Park.
City & County of Swansea Council
Dinas a Sir Abertawe
The coastal City & County is where 240, 000 residents lay their hats. From The Dylan Thomas Centre to Oxwich Bay (named the most beautiful beach in Britain), Wales’ second largest city has a multitude of attractions to offer.
City of Cardiff Council
Gyngor Dinas Caerdydd
The capital City of Wales needs little introduction on the back of world renowned culture, sport and business. The largest city in Wales boasts the Millennium Stadium, Llandaff Cathedral, Castell Coch, Cardiff Castle. Needless to say, it’s not short of activity in Cardiff.
Conwy County Borough Council
Cyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Conwy
Taking its name from the River Conwy, the County Borough nestles on the coast of North Wales, with 1/3 of its geography sitting within Snowdonia National Park. We’re proud to call Conwy County our client.
A population of more than 500, 000 call the peninsula of Cornwall home, whilst countless species of wildlife can also make the same claim. With Newly the largest fishing port in the UK, some of the finest fish ever served awaits in Cornwall…a ‘foodies’ paradise!
Crawley Borough Council
With Gatwick Airport on its doorstep, Crawley Borough is a blend of beautiful English villages and towns with a fantastic cultural scene and the climate to match. Sir Richard Branson liked Crawley so much he headquartered Virgin Atlantic within the borough!
Devon County Council
Bounded by Cornwall to the west, Somerset to the northeast, and Dorset to the east, Devon County is abode to a population of more than 750, 000. We provide a raft of software to this beautiful County, including Planning, Sites, eGov, Highways and Mobile Working.
Dorset County Council
Taking its name from the County town of Dorchester, Dorset provides the backdrop to some of the most jaw-dropping rural and coastal scenery that England has to offer. The awe-inspiring, dramatic Jurassic cliffs tell a mighty tale of bygone eras when dinosaurs roamed the earth.
Durham County Council
The famous setting of Durham Cathedral provides the unmistakable backdrop for the County. This University City mixes tranquil cobbled streets with vibrant shopping areas to create a city with a feel of its very own.
East Devon District Council
A large amount of East Devon is made up of two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which gives the District Council and enviable backdrop. Here at DEF we’re proud to provide Local Development Framework software to the Authority.
East Dorset District Council
With its headquarters just outside the thriving historical market town of Wimborne Minster, East Dorset District Council covers the popular areas of Verwood, Ferndown, West Moors and Corfe Mullen. The area also boats large areas of lowland heath.
East Sussex County Council
As home to the Battle of Hastings, East Sussex holds one of the most important sites in British history as well as a wealth of culture, architecture and National Parks. We’re proud to provide software into Planning, Highways, and eGov.
Gloucestershire County Council
Gloucester Cathedral, the Forest of Dean, Southam de la Bere, Cheltenham…the list goes on and on within this beautiful County. We’re proud to provide a host of software solutions to the County Authority.
With a population of circa 125, 000, this proud Welsh Authority boasts outstanding countryside alongside one of the finest coastlines in the whole of the United Kingdom. We’re delighted to provide software into the Authority.
Hampshire County Council
The birthplace of the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force, the County of Hampshire holds a key position in the history of Great Britain…alongside one of the most enviable coastlines on the planet. We’re proud to provide Planning, Highways, eGov and Legal Agreements software to the Authority.
Isle of Anglesey County Council
Cyngor Ynys Mon Anglesey County Council
Off the north-west coast of Wales, Anglesey is by far the largest island of Wales. With a population of around 70,000 it is famous for the Menai Suspension Bridge and Britannia Bridge that span the Menai Strait. Anglesey is many things. It is a place that inspires, a place that appeals to all the senses.
Kent County Council
With a population of almost 2-million, the County of Kent provides the closest link to our cousins in France and plays the most significant economic export role in the UK. We’re proud to provide software to the ‘Garden of England’.
Lancashire County Council
Home to 1.5 million people, from Blackpool to Blackburn the County boasts a tapestry of historic northern towns and stunning villages. For more than a decade, DEF have proudly provided software into the Authority.
Leicester City Council
The tenth largest city in the UK retains many of its historic building and rich architectural history. Home to the National Space Centre, the Grand Union Canal and a multitude of cultural attractions, we’re proud to provide software to the unitary authority.
Malvern Hills District Council
This uniquely beautiful place has more to offer than just landscape. Based in the largely Victorian town of Malvern the District Council covers most of the western half of Worcestershire. The Malvern Hills themselves offer scenic views over the counties of Herefordshire and Worcestershire and the District includes much of the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Monmouthshire County Council
Cyngor Sir Fynwy
Chepstow Castle, the Black Mountains, The Kymin, the Wye Valley tells you why Monmouthshire is the birthplace of British tourism. We’re proud to provide Monmouthshire County Council with DEF’s software.
Newcastle City Council
Right on our doorstep and the city where many of the DEF team pay their homage to football, Newcastle-upon-Tyne is a vibrant modern city with a wealth of culture. We’re proud to provide software into the team Newcastle City Council.
Newport City Council
Cyngor Dinas Casnewydd
A University City with a wealth of culture, as you can see from our photograph of Tredegar House, it also boasts a phenomenal sporting heritage. We’re delighted to provide this proud Welsh City with our software solutions.
Norfolk County Council
With a population just short of one million, Norfolk provides its inhabitants with ‘room to breathe’ given its low population density when compared to its geographical size. DEF are proud to provide Planning, Highways, eGov and Legal Agreements software to the Authority.
North Yorkshire County Council
With more than 40% of the County covered by National Parks, the dales and moors of North Yorkshire need little introduction. The beautiful spa town of Harrogate and the world renowned coastline of Scarborough are possibly the jewels in the crown of this huge County.
Northampton Borough Council
A population just short of 250, 000 call this magnificent borough their home. With one of Britain’s largest and most historic market squares, the town has a vibrant economy and enviable culture. We’re proud to provide software to the Authority.
Northumberland National Park Authority
At 1030km², The National Park stretches from the Cheviots in the north to Kielder in the South, whilst the most southerly tip boasts the mesmerising Hadrian’s Wall. We’re proud to provide Planning and eGov to the Authority.
Nottinghamshire County Council
Nottinghamshire boasts some of Britain’s greatest cultural icons including Lord Byron and D.H. Lawrence. Aside from the history, Nottinghamshire holds stunning scenery in the shape of Sherwood Forest and Attenborough Nature Reserve to name but a few. We’re proud to provide software to the Authority.
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority
Parc Cenedlaethol Arfordir Penfro
Golden beaches, rugged cliffs, and untouched inland hills create a National park unlike any other. With no less than 75 sites of Sites of Special Scientific Interest, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is nothing short of incredible. We’re proud to provide software to the Authority.
Powys County Council
Cyngor Sir Powys
Powys is the largest geographic County in Wales with a population of around 135, 000. From Llangorse Lake to Tretower Castle, Powys offers spectacular scenery and a dynamic culture. We’re proud to provide software to the Authority.
Purbeck District Council
With a population of around 46, 000, Purbeck sits within the County of Dorset, stretching from its northern tip down to the peninsula to the south. With a World Heritage Site via the Jurassic Coast, Purbeck offers an area of outstanding beauty. We’re proud to provide software to the Authority.
Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council
With a 135, 000 inhabitants, Redcar & Cleveland offers a stunning coastline alongside a number of world class nature reserves. The famous Saltburn Cliff Lift is a must see! We’re proud to provide Planning, Building Control and eGov to the Authority.
Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council
Croeso i Gyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Rhondda Cynon Taf
RCT is made up of the three valleys: the Rhondda Valley, Cynon Valley, and Taff-Ely Valley. From a proud mining history, the area has progressed dramatically in recent years. So much so, the Sir Richard Attenborough chose RCT as the site for Dragon International Film Studios.
Snowdonia National Park Authority
Parc Cenedlaethol Eryri
827 square miles of raw, outstanding beauty inhabited by a population of around 26, 000 make up Eryri. Around the base of Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales at 3560ft, are an array of rare mammals and birds that bring tens of thousands of visitors to the park each year.
South Northamptonshire Council
Form its administrative centre in the beautiful town of Towcester, SNC delivers services to the 86,000 inhabitants of South Northamptonshire. From the Jurassic Way to the world famous Silverstone Circuit, SNC is a vibrant and developing district.
South Tyneside Metropolitan Borough Council
Nestled on the mouth of the River Tyne, South Tyneside is where you will find the DEF Software HQ. From the marauding Cleadon Hills to the Georgian mansion houses of Westoe Village, we’re proud to call South Tyneside home.
Surrey County Council
One of the Home Counties, Surrey is home to more than a million residents spread throughout its 11 districts, each boasting its own Wildlife Trust reserve. If H.G.Wells saw fit to base The War of the Worlds in Surrey, then it certainly gets the DEF vote. A beautiful County!
Torfaen County Borough Council
Bwrdeistref Sirol Torfaen
A population of 91,000 have the County Borough of Torfaen as their home. The 160-acre Pontypool Park is truly beautiful, but perhaps the jewel in Torfaen’s crown is Blaenafon (Blaenavon), a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Vale of Glamorgan Council
Cyngor Bro Morgannwg
The Vale is the most southerly county of Wales, with its coastline famously dipping into the Bristol Channel. Cosmeston Medieval Village is a history lovers’ paradise whilst Barry Island offers true seaside living. The Vale is an inspirational part of Wales!
Wealden District Council
The Seven Sisters, Birling Gap, the history of the Ashdown Forest and the beauty of the Sussex Countryside are but a few of the highlights. 150, 000 residents across 35 wards proudly call Wealden their home.
Wrexham County Borough Council
Cyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Wrecsam
Situated in the north east of Wales, Wrexham County Borough has a population of circa 135, 000, border to border. From St. Giles’ Church (one of the Seven Wonders of Wales) to Pontcysyllte Aqueduct (a World Heritage Site), Wrexham is a beautiful place to both live and visit.
Wychavon District Council
The District of Wychavon is located in the heart of Worcestershire, comprising of 3 main towns: Droitwich Spa, Pershore and Evesham and over 100 villages including the jewel in the crown, the Cotswold village of Broadway. With a rich history the area offers an abundance of events and award winning Festivals.