Convert UK Postcode to Latitude / Longitude
Use this tool to convert a UK postcode to a latitude longitude pair. Type in a postcode and click convert. The lat/lng will then be displayed.
Convert Single Postcode
Convert Batch of Postcodes
List the postcodes below, one per line then click the Convert button. The postcodes will then be geocoded in batch. There is a maximum of 100 rows that can be processed in one batch.
Future Updates and Ideas
- Output in DMS (Degrees,minutes,seconds)
- 20th June 2016 : Version 2.1 - Fixed issue with the batch converter when a partial postcode was input.
- 17th March 2016 : Version 2 - New batch processing option
- 13th August 2014 : Version 1
Previous Comments For This Page
Would definitly be an improvement if it could export to excel :-) but copy and paste seems to work OK.
By Karen on 26th October 2016
be good if you could export batch results to excel
On 30th August 2016
batch codes should convert all on one line!
On 20th July 2016
Yes. What other country are you looking for?
By Free Map Tools on 19th July 2016
does it work only for UK?
On 19th July 2016
Can we have mins and seconds please
On 22nd June 2016
Thanks for reporting this. There was an issue with the batch converter when a partial postcode was input. This should now be fixed.
By Free Map Tools on 20th June 2016
if i type ab10 into the single postcode converter i get one answer, if i then type ab10 into the batch converter i get a different answer?
On 18th June 2016
Just great, works a treat.
On 27th April 2016
needs secons and minutes and not just decimals
On 5th February 2016
It is not giving me exact result
On 4th December 2015
James, thanks for the feedback. The accuracy of this has now been improved.
By Free Map Tools on 22nd September 2015
This does not work! It gives incorrect values. E.g.
The Latitude, Longitude of ip9 is:
NO IT IS NOT
By James on 17th September 2015
On 12th August 2015
The Latitude, Longitude of B312FP is:
By Derek Waller on 3rd July 2015
Very easy so hopefully there is an app as my Sat Nav only seems to want Long/Lat info and usually I have only a postcode
By Mags W on 8th May 2015
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