The Open Data Nottingham website provides access to range of datasets in Nottingham. There are numerous other open data providers – here is a selection of other data providers that may be of interest.
Access to data from the British Geological Survey (BGS) is available through the Open GeoScience portal; it includes environmental monitoring data, digital databases, physical collections (borehole core, rocks, minerals and fossils), records and archives.
data portal to which central government departments, public sector bodies and local authorities publish non-personal data.
English Heritage provide access to a number of statutory and non-statutory datasets including Listed Buildings, Scheduled Monuments, Registered and Historic parks and Gardens, and Battlefields and World Heritage Sites.
The Environment Agency provides access to a wide range of environmental datasets.
The Forestry Commission's data download website provides access to a wide range of Forestry Commission GIS datasets.
The MAGIC website provides geographic information about the natural environment from across government. The information covers rural, urban, coastal and marine environments across Great Britain. MAGIC provides links to other sources of data in order to make best use of a wide range of information available on other websites.
Natural England provides access to a number of datasets including for protected sites, habitats, and other information either as national datasets covering all of England or in 100km tiles for the larger datasets.
Open Geography is a framework from the Office for National Statistics that provides access to a range of products that support the use of geography in the statistical process.
Ordnance Survey provide access to a wide range of data including postcodes, boundaries and digital maps.
The data.police.uk website provides access to street-level crime and outcome data.
GIS, Data and Information Team
Nottingham City Council
Floor 4, Loxley House
Nottingham, NG2 3NG
Data published here is open to use; you do not have to apply or ask for permission, but you do have to adhere to the terms of the Open Government Licence or equivalent terms. See our Licensing page for information.