Ordnance Survey Welsh site launched

We are pleased to announce that in line with the launch of our new website we have also created a scaled back Welsh language version to enable Welsh speakers to access key areas of our content. The Welsh site covers areas such as our Business products, Partner programme and Map Shop. Visitors are able to obtain high level information in Welsh before accessing the main Ordnance Survey site via direct links to the relevant areas.


Ordnance Survey has a responsibility to provide as many services as possible in Welsh as we sell our products in Wales. The Welsh Language Act 1993 states that the Welsh and English languages should be treated on a basis of equality. To find out more about the Welsh language Scheme visit http://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/about/governance/policies/welsh-language.html

We hope that our Welsh speaking visitors will find the site useful and will be able to find all the information they need quite easily. We also welcome feedback from those using the site regarding language and content.

Visit the Welsh language site now.

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