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OS MasterMap Topographic Identifiers – TOIDs

A policy statement on OS MasterMap Topographic Identifiers – TOIDs.

1:25 000 Scale Colour Raster

The digital alternative to our popular OS Explorer paper map series, this is a high-quality map of Great Britain, available in 10km square tiles.

1:25 000 Scale Colour Raster support

The data equivalent of our OS Explorer paper map series, 1:25 000 Scale Colour Raster tiles are high-quality digital maps that you can embed in your GPS device or mobile app.

Topography

1:250 000 Scale Colour Raster

Get the regional view of towns and villages, roads and places of interest.

1:250 000 Scale Colour Raster support

1:250 000 Scale Colour Raster emphasises main roads and places of interest on the map.

1:50 000 Scale Colour Raster

The digital alternative to our popular OS Landranger paper map series, this is a high-quality map of Great Britain, available in 20km square tiles.

1:50 000 Scale Colour Raster support

The data equivalent of our OS Landranger paper map series, 1:50 000 Scale Colour Raster tiles are high-quality digital maps that you can embed in your GPS device or mobile app.

Topography

1Spatial

1Spatial technology provides the foundations for spatial data management and processing solutions for organisations around the world.

2018 contracts

Here you can find details of all 2018 OS contracts over the value of £25,000.

2019 contracts

Find details of all OS 2019 contracts over the value of £25,000.

3XE Ltd

3XE is a web application development company specialising in geographical information systems.

5G key to success of automated vehicles

5G will help bring automated vehicles to life by delivering 100% confidence in the Ordnance Survey data that directs and manages them.

77M Limited – litigation

We have received a number of queries from our Licensed Partners about the dispute between 77M Limited and Ordnance Survey, and so we thought we'd clarify details around the litigation.

A future for wildlife - mapped with Ordnance Survey

The National Forest Company is creating a new wooded landscape across 200 square miles in central England using GIS application.

Central Government
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A Spotlight on our Consultancy and Technical Services Team

Our Consultancy and Technical Services Team is here to support you - find out how...

A spotlight on our Consultancy and Technical Support team

Our Consultancy and Technical Support team is here to support you - find out how.

A view on current activities within Ordnance Survey GB

David Henderson, Managing Director of Ordnance Survey GB, gives his views on current projects and activities.

A year of Britain’s most trodden paths

Ordnance Survey’s (OS) analysis of almost 400,000 public routes created over the past twelve months in the digital map and planning tool OS Maps has revealed that the Peak District is currently the most popular destination to create routes for.

Natural environment

A34 road classification

This Freedom of Information request asks if we have received a roads classification and PRN change form for the A34.

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