Request for information – FOI14491
Thank you for your email of 4 September 2014, requesting the following information from Ordnance Survey in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act FOIA 2000:
1. For the calendar years ending 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 what were the terms of the PSMA agreement with regard to the unit cost (or however this is calculated) of OSMM?
2. For the calendar years ending 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 what was the gross value of the licence income for all data supplied under the PSMA agreement?
3. For the calendar years ending 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 how many sq. km of data for “Settlement, Rural and Moorland" was supplied to PSMA customers?
4. For the calendar years ending2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 what was the gross value of the licence income for all data supplied to all other parties falling outside the PSMA agreement?
5. For the calendar years ending 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 how many sq. km of data for “Settlement, Rural and Moorland" to all other parties falling outside the PSMA agreement?
I can confirm that Ordnance Survey does hold some of the information to respond to your request. Where the information is not held, this is stated.
1. The PSMA only provides for a global license fee for the complete suite of datasets provided. The PSMA terms do not define the unit cost of any of the OS MasterMap layers.
2. We do not invoice for specific products with the PSMA and therefore we can only provide the global PSMA invoice amount for calendar years ending 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. (Please note that PSMA did not come into effect until 1 April 2011.) They are as follows:
- 2010: £0.00
- 2011: £41,250,000
- 2012: £56,645,000
- 2013: £55,282,000
3. This information is not held.
4. The gross value of the license income for all data supplied to all other parties are as follows:
- 2010: £110,398,000
- 2011: £85,325,000
- 2012: £73,646,000
- 2013: £73,724,000
5. This information is not held.
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