For direct marketing teams: take your data analysis to the next level by referencing data to individual addresses (such as flats) rather than mail delivery points (houses divided into flats).
Easy-to-use, AddressBase Plus is structured in a flat file model - containing current properties and addresses sourced from local authorities, Ordnance Survey and Royal Mail matched to the UPRN.
Accuracy guaranteed - the address information is sourced from 380 local authorities across Great Britain, our own large-scale mapping, Royal Mail and the Valuation Office Agency.
As well as 28 million defined properties, Ordnance Survey have included more than seven million local authority addresses, such as depots and church halls, places of worship and community centres.
Understanding the need to categorise properties, Ordnance Survey incorporated a four-level classification scheme that explains the function of each property.
|Key Features||What this product offers|
|Format||Comma separated value (CSV) and GML 3.2.1|
|Attributes||Local authority Bs7666 addresses; Royal Mail postal addresses, where matched to a UPRN; coordinates for each address; objects without postal addresses, addresses with multiple occupants, OS MasterMap Topography Layer and Integrated Transport Network TOIDs, and the associated alternative record.|
|Scale||1:1250 to 1:10,000|
|Update frequency||Every six weeks.|
|Supply||DVD and FTP (for orders under 2Gb). PSGA members can download 5km chunks.|
|Coverage||Great Britain - pre-defined areas are available, or you can define your own area of interest.|
AddressBase Plus is available under the following Licences:
Explore our data
You’re welcome to try out this data for free under our Data Exploration Licence.
Internal business use
When using OS data in your own business, you need our Framework Contract (Direct Customers) together with a data contract.
Creating products or services
To use this data commercially in your own products and services, or to distribute it, you will need to sign up to our Framework Contract (Partners) and a relevant defined use contract. This will vary depending on what you’re going to do with the data.