Convert Postcode to NGR
Use this tool to convert a UK postcode to a OS National Grid Reference. Type in a postcode and click convert. The NGR will then be displayed. Northern Ireland postcodes will use the Irish grid reference system.
Input / Output
- 11th February 2010 : Version 2 - correction made the the calculation of Irish grid references
- 1st November 2009 : Version 1
Previous Comments For This Page
V handy, thanks
By Mike W on 29th March 2016
On 25th January 2016
Input SA64 0BU post code and the tool returns an incorrect NGR.
You appear to have a problem
By Lyndon Williams on 13th August 2015
Ace tool great
By Tom C on 23rd June 2015
Great struggled to find NGR big thanks
By NAL on 18th June 2015
Brilliant - found in seconds -needed for confirmation of a contact made in an Amateur Radio contest.
By David on 15th June 2014
By Kayln on 18th December 2013
Trying to find NGR but two different sites are giving me differnce references ?
On 16th December 2013
using this site a lot to help with wind loading on buildi (Need to know ngr for a site) Reaaly usreful
By Graeme GKMA on 6th December 2013
A very useful tool this but how about a NGR to post code convertor so I can input to a satnav to get me to remote locations.
By Peter C on 28th November 2013
BT31 3QU does not exist according to Royal Mail site.
By Peter on 27th October 2013
This makes life so much easier for getting a holding number for temporary sheep grazing!! (for which you need post code and map reference! thank you
By AliRowe on 13th October 2013
Any sign of a batch converter for Postcodes to OS Grid Refs?
By Matt on 8th October 2013
Tell me bt31 3qu, did you leave space between bt31 and 3qu? If you did then it won't show your reference. You must enter it as bt313qu!!! DOH
By Grid master on 7th October 2013
completely useless, it didn't find my grid reference or does bt31 3qu not exist
On 4th October 2013
Great - much faster than other sites
On 21st September 2013
Finally, I've found somehing that might be called a truely usefull App!
By Steve L on 7th September 2013
By Peter on 28th July 2013
By Bumper on 23rd July 2013
So simple and quick! Brilliant site.
By Somewhere-in-SY on 17th July 2013
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