More than 5000 public sector organisations across Great Britain are using Ordnance Survey (OS) data for the public good. Already a member? Log into the public sector member’s area.
Geospatial mapping data is being used to support new housing developments, protect our environment, inform future transport planning and help security services keep the country safe.
Find out how government organisations are benefiting from OS data
The MAGIC map of Natural England
Using Ordnance Survey (OS) mapping, Landmark Solutions created an online portal to help the 2,000 people who visit Natural England's MAGIC website each day.
Using GIS to plan for housing growth
Ordnance Survey (OS) mapping enabled a local council to build an accurate picture of sites, which could be redeveloped for housing.
Managing London's transport infrastructure with OS data
Ordnance Survey’s detailed MasterMap has been used to help keep London’s busy transport network moving.
OS maps Britain’s high streets
We’re working with the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) and the Office for National Statistics (ONS) to improve our understanding of Britain’s high streets.
Town, parish and community councils
Help deliver local services that make towns and villages even better places to live.
How to get OS mapping data
Check if your organisation belongs to a mapping agreement
See here if your organisation already belongs to an Ordnance Survey (OS) mapping agreement. There are two types of mapping agreements; Public Sector Mapping Agreement (PSMA) and the One Scotland Mapping Agreement (OSMA).
Not a member? Sign up
If you're not yet a member of the PSMA or OSMA and would like to join, sign up now for free.
Licensing and sharing OS data
Once you're a PSMA or OSMA member you're licensed to share OS data with other people and organisations. For example MPs, councillors, contractors, schools and community groups.
Our PSMA and OSMA members
Exclusively for PSMA and OSMA members. Find all the information you need about OS product updates, events, managing your users and more.
Products available under the PSMA
See which OS products you can use under your Public Sector Mapping Agreement
Products available under the OSMA
See which OS products you can use under your One Scotland Mapping Agreement
Have your say through public sector groups including the Public Sector User Representatives Group (PURG) and the One Scotland Mapping Agreement (OSMA). The Geographic Information Customer Group (GICG) makes sure the PSMA delivers value to the public sector.