An August change to G-NAF will make tracking addresses easier

Stephen Cannings | 13 Aug 2018

Geospatial data provider PSMA will implement changes to the G-NAF dataset in the upcoming August release.

The change focuses on a process that some users have found challenging when tracking addresses.

For example, when a property changes from a lot number to a rural address with street numbers, the tracking may be lost. The new Address Feature table will contain both principal and alias addresses, with the added ability to retain retired addresses.

For more information please visit PSMA’s blog post or for more detail, view their Slideshare presentation 'Tracking of changes to GNAF (Aug 2018).