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OS MasterMap Managed GB sets

What is the Managed GB Sets service?

The Managed GB Sets service is a way of processing identical orders faster, which improves delivery times. If you subscribe to this service you will automatically receive your updates (full supply or change-only updates (COU)) on CD or DVD, either quarterly or every six weeks.

You will also benefit from:

  • Data arriving faster and in a more predictable manner.
  • Seeing the same version of features as other organisations.
  • Easier data management - no need to remember to order change regularly or enter change 'since date'
  • Feature Validation Data Set (FVDS)with all COU orders or with Full Supplies on request.

Who is eligible for the service?

You are eligible if you hold a contract for full GB coverage of OS MasterMap® Topography, Address or Integrated Transport Network (ITN) Layers. You can subscribe immediately through your account manager or by contacting digitalsalesenquiries@ordnancesurvey.co.uk.

Specification

Layer

Full or COU?

Chunk size

Cycle

Geographical

Non Geographical

Topography (independent polygon format only)

Full supply

5 km by 5 km

30mb

Quarterly

COU

5 km by 5 km

30mb

Six-weekly

Address

Full supply

25 km by 25 km

30mb

Quarterly

COU

25 km by 25 km

30mb

Quarterly

Address Layer 2

Full supply

25 km by 25 km

30mb

Quarterly

COU

25 km by 25 km

30mb

Quarterly

ITN Roads Network (RN), Road Routing Information (RRI)

Full supply

25 km by 25 km

30mb

Six-weekly

COU

25 km by 25 km

30mb

Six-weekly

Schedule for MGBS

The publication dates for MGBS are shown on the main OS MasterMap data availability dates page.

More detail on improvements and any notifications each refresh are posted on the Publication Notes page.

Note: The table above showss our current planned schedule of, and recently completed, updates. We will make all endeavours to follow this schedule, which we will keep as up-to-date as we can, but unforeseen circumstances can sometimes dictate a change. You should treat these dates as a guide only.

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