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Four ways to beat the winter blues this Christmas from Ordnance Survey
With temperatures dropping and nights’ drawing in, conditions are ripe for the winter blues to take hold.
Ordnance Survey appoints Carly Morris as Head of Geovation
Ordnance Survey (OS) today announces the appointment of Carly Morris as Head of Geovation, its initiative to propel innovative start-ups using location and property data to the next level.
Government bodies adapt to continue support for British start-ups through Covid-19
Promising digital innovators to receive focused guidance, access to quality data, and technical and financial resources to help fuel their growth.
Ordnance Survey reveals ten years of walking and cycling data
National Parks dominate, but can towns and cities learn from Manchester?
How to discover Edinburgh’s secrets with a new kind of walking map
New Walk Edinburgh pocket map from Ordnance Survey (OS) shows locals and tourists a fascinating way to explore Scottish capital.
John Kimmance appointed as new MD of Ordnance Survey National Mapping Services
Ordnance Survey has appointed John Kimmance as Managing Director of the National Mapping Services business unit.
Ordnance Survey transforms the way customers access, share and innovate with world-leading geospatial data
Ordnance Survey (OS) has launched a new geospatial data platform to transform the way people access and innovate with location data.
Ordnance Survey introduces new freedoms to share geospatial data under open terms
HM Land Registry (HMLR) and Registers of Scotland (RoS) are set to share their coveted INSPIRE spatial polygon datasets under new, less restricted terms from 1 July 2020.
Lockdown leads the nation to explore their local area
There has been an increase in demand for OS Custom Made maps as people of Great Britain explore locally during lockdown.