HM Land Registry
Geovation funds new business ideas
Start-up companies and entrepreneurs with pioneering ideas are invited to apply for grant funding of up £20,000, by Thursday 17 August 2017.
On 19 July 2017, we announced a new strategic partnership with Ordnance Survey. Through the Geovation Programme we encourage and support property technology (PropTech) companies who will revolutionise the property industry with new products and services.
Start-up companies and entrepreneurs with pioneering ideas are invited to apply for grant funding of up £20,000, by Thursday 17 August 2017. We expect business ideas that use our land and property or geospatial datasets will benefit the conveyancing process, making it simple, faster and cheaper for everyone.
Who can apply
Geovation is open to any technology company creating property or location-based products or services. There are two routes to apply for funding:
- PropTech Programme, run in partnership with Ordnance Survey, supports innovative technology businesses who use location or property data to revolutionise the property industry
- GeoTech Programme, run by Ordnance Survey and open to any technology company creating location based products and services
Find out more about the Geovation Hub in London where the Geovation programme is located.
Apply for the PropTech track or the GeoTech track (by 17 August)
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