In the Spatial NI map viewer,
- The basemap is updated on a weekly basis from the most up-to-date topographic data available.
- The aerial imagery is updated once a series of new images have been processed by our OSNI flying team.
- Other non OSNI data available on Spatial NI is maintained by the data owner and further information can be found in the related metadata.
The OSNI data available is hosted and maintained by Spatial NI.
Some data from other providers is hosted by Spatial NI under agreement from the data owner. However, updates to this are completed by the Spatial NI team on a schedule agreed with the data owner.
Some data from other providers is streamed via a web service from their infrastructure. In this scenario, the maintenance of the data rests with the data owner.
The Spatial NI platform makes available web services hosted by both Spatial NI and other providers. If you experience an issue using any of these services, please contact us and we will investigate.
No. Representations of roads, tracks and footpaths on the Spatial NI basemap is not evidence of a public right of way. OSNI topographic data and maps are designed to show the extent of physical features on land. As a result, this can include both public and private roads, tracks and footpaths.
If there is data you would like to see on Spatial NI which is not currently available, please contact us and we will investigate your request with the data owner.
Errors in the OSNI data available on Spatial NI should be reported to us in writing via email.
Please include the following:
- As much detail as possible on the error
- The coordinates of the location
- An annotated screenshot if possible
We will pass this information on to the relevant OSNI team for investigation.
Errors in other datasets should be reported to the dataset owner through the contact information available in the relevant metadata.