Open mapping data

Find out about Lambeth Council’s approach to Open Mapping Data, and what kind of data we release

Mapping data is a combination of X and Y coordinates that allows the data to be shown on a map, and an accompanying spreadsheet which gives additional information about the dataset.

Lambeth maintains over 250 different mapping datasets about the borough. We release all of this data, where we have the right to, so it can be used freely by residents and local businesses.

You can view, visualise, link to and export Lambeth open mapping data. You can create maps, find addresses or UPRNs, or create your own pdf using the Lambeth Map.  

A user guide for the Lambeth Map can be found at map user guide. The open mapping data which Lambeth releases can also be found via London datastore and

All the mapping data the council publishes is available for use under the Open Government License.

You can also search for addresses, streets and UPRNs via these services: 

Open Data Institute accreditation

Lambeth Open Data has achieved a 'raw level' certificate from the Open Data Institute, which means this data makes a great start at the basics of publishing open data.

See Lambeth Council's Open Data Certificate.

Other open data

Lambeth also releases open data on the following areas:

If you have any questions regarding open mapping data, please email