Access to UK site boundary data via international portals.

 
The European Commission have launched a tool to view and download data for Natura 2000 site information.
 
This includes boundary data for the UK. If you intend to download and use the UK data you must agree to the attached  terms and conditions in the End User Licence. (Note: this document is also included in the zip file of the European Boundary data)
 
These terms and conditions are necessary because the UK boundary data has been partially derived from Ordnance Survey Products. Ordnance Survey is the National Mapping Agency for Great Britain.
 
The UK places certain restrictions on the use of such data as explained in the document.  You should first check that your purpose for using the UK boundary is covered by the end user purposes listed in the Schedule 2b of the document (page 6) .
 
Please note that these restrictions only apply to the digitised boundary data (published at 1:100,000 scale) and not the database version of the Standard Data form information.
 
If you intend to use the UK component of the Natura 2000 boundary dataset for commercial purposes (as defined in the end user licence) you must  discuss your intended use and purpose with Ordnance Survey (see contact details below).  
 

Contact details for Ordnance Survey:

By email:                    

By phone:  The Ordnance Survey  helpline is open from 8.30am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday. Call  08456 05 05 05 for all enquiries.  If you're calling from outside Britain, please dial 44 23 8079 2912 (international calls are charged at the standard rate).

By fax: 023 8079 2615. If you're calling from outside Britain, the number is 44 23 8079 2615.

By letter:  Customer Service Centre, Ordnance Survey, Romsey Road, Southampton, SO16 4GU