Our Ordnance Survey (OS) member licence lets you pass OS data (and derived data created using OS data) to others. This is if they’re supporting or interacting with you in the delivery of your core business - it includes third parties providing you with services or support. Where you pass on this data, you have to make sure it meets the terms of your member licence.
To help you do this, we’ve drafted an end user licence you can use as a formal arrangement with the people and organisations you share the data with. You can use our version for free or include the relevant clauses into your own version.
The licence helps you set out the relevant terms involved with OS data – and helps protect you from liability if the third party breaches the licence. This draft doesn’t constitute legal advice and you should talk to your own legal advisers regarding the licence, including content, format, signing, witnessing and storage.
The Public Sector End User Licence
Use the public sector end user licence for individuals, voluntary and community groups or other similar bodies who need to use data to respond to or interact with you to deliver or support the delivery of your core business.
You don’t need to use a licence to provide data to anyone outside your organisation who is working with your employees temporarily. They’ll be covered by the terms of your Public Sector Geospatial Agreement (PSGA) Member Licence.
This licence is not transferable, and you’ll need a new licence whenever you work with a new end user. If for any reason your own member licence ends, we will also consider that your end user licences will end automatically at the same time.
Download the End User Licence
This is a “Click-to-accept” licence. You just need to complete the fields in the template and send it to your end user. When they open it, that “click” is also their acceptance.