The Framework Contract Partners (FCP) sets out the terms and conditions for the commercial relationship between you (our Partners) and us.
It's possible that your product or service may draw on terms from more than one of our contracts listed below. Contact us and we can discuss your requirements and advise what licence(s) you might need.
This contract sets out the terms by which partners can resell Ordnance Survey (OS) data for an end user's own business use, meaning the internal administration and operation of their business.
Business solutions - online viewing
Under this contract, we grant you a licence to provide digital products and services supplied as online viewing solutions, enabling viewing of data by end users for business use (referred to as licensed use in our contracts).
Business solutions - data components
Under this contract, we grant you a licence to create products and services in the form of data component solutions from OS data for your customers' internal business use.
This contract covers the use of Licensed Data to create paper products whose primary purpose is for use as a map. The products may either be printed onto paper or made available in an electronic raster format and not geo-referenced.
This contract is designed to meet the needs of Partners providing consumers with electronic products, or services supplied as online solutions via the internet or mobile devices. Or, as offline solutions for use on PCs and laptops. This is in the form of leisure products or software packages.
Educational service provider
A single annual fee that permits you to share OS data with academic institutions.
Land registry polygons
This contract enables you to create datasets comprising Land Registry polygons.
Plan, design, construction
This contract covers electronic products/services supplied in connection with building projects. It is designed to be used for architectural, engineering and construction activities and is intended to be compatible with, and uses terms derived from, the RIBA plan of work 2013.