Download UK Postcodes with Latitude and Longitude

Download a list of UK out code postcodes with their latitude and longitude coordinates.


UK and Northern Ireland Postcodes

The UK postal system uses postcodes to help with automating the sorting and delivery of mail. This is made up of a 2-part code, an out code and an in code. As the out code is the most significant part of the system, it can be used to obtain a rough area level break up of the UK. There are approximately 2971 out codes and approximately 1812402 full postcodes (out code + in code).


The uses of these out codes and lat/long values include mapping applications such as:

List Status

Outcode Postcodes Current List : 2974

Full UK Postcode Current List : 1738223

Non Geographic Postcodes

AB99, BT58, CA99, CM92, CM98, CR44, CR90, GIR, IM99, IV99, JE5, M61, ME99, N1C, N81, NR99, NW26, PA80, PE99, RH77, SL60, SO97, SW95, SY99, WD99, WF90


Full UK Postcode Latitude Longitude Download

Outcode Area Postcodes (AB1,B2,BT7 etc..)

Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2016

Contains Royal Mail data © Royal Mail copyright and database right 2016

Contains National Statistics data © Crown copyright and database right 2016

Using This Data

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Hi, there is no charge.
By Free Map Tools on 24th March 2017

Is this completely free of charge ? Can I use it for development for my company please ?
By Piotr on 24th March 2017

On 14th March 2017

Hi, PAF is not free. Is there any free database including door numbers and address details. Thanks
By Afzal on 22nd February 2017

Hi Mark, You can get that database from -
By Divyansh Saxena on 13th February 2017

Hi Mark, sorry, it doesn't go to this level of detail.
By Free Map Tools on 23rd January 2017

Hi, This is great. is there any that includes door number and street name for all postcodes
By Mark on 18th January 2017

Hi Oliver, there are no limitations apart from the attributions :
Contains Ordnance Survey data Crown copyright and database right 2016

Contains Royal Mail data Royal Mail copyright and database right 2016

Contains National Statistics data Crown copyright and database right 2016
By Free Map Tools on 29th September 2016

Hi, great site. Am I allowed to use the post code data in my professional work? Are there any limitations on using this data for clients? Thanks
By Oliver on 28th September 2016

Hi James, no, not at hand. Its a case of taking the large postcode file and applying a filter.
By Free Map Tools on 7th September 2016

Hi, Do you have a file of lat and long by sector ie "HX3 9" Thanks in advance
By James on 7th September 2016

Beua, I suggest using one of the contact methods on this page :
By Free Map Tools on 5th September 2016

Hi, do you know any way of getting the lap/long of a UK postcode changed? We are in a very rural location and the postcode covers a wide area. However as the postcode centre is at the end of our private track we get everything including HGVs arriving here! If we could change it to the end of our lane where there are signs delivery drivers might then look at the signs. Thanks in advance.
By Beau on 5th September 2016

Hi Francisco, we will get back to you and give feedback once we have done some tests and checks. The data is sourced from official sources and updated regularly.
By Free Map Tools on 10th August 2016

I found around 650 postcode with wrong coordinates comparing with other table that I had, how good is this data? some postcode examples B9 4AU, MK11 4AL, PH33 9AF . Thank you anyway for this fantastic site.
By Francisco on 9th August 2016

Hi I matched your postcodes to a query I had which contained over 70k rows. Out of them 70k post codes there was only 150 missing. That's pretty amazing. Thanks!
By Danny on 21st July 2016

Hi, I've matched your postcodes amongst a huge amount of records and found that this table is missing around 4,000 of the 70,000 records matched. If you would like a dump of the codes email me cro****k Regards, Daniel
By Daniel on 21st July 2016

Dave, thanks for the feedback. I agree with what you have found. WV98 and EN77 are non-geographic postcodes so they should really have no lat/lng associated with them rather than the current idea of "put them in the bottom left corner". I would rather still have them included in the table to allow validation, but set their lat/lng to null or empty value instead. This is a change that will be getting applied soon. As for MK11, I'm not sure what you mean? Is there a entry just for MK11 that is in the wrong position?
By Free Map Tools on 27th June 2016

Hi, Great Resource. I'm a bit confused about some of the postcodes though.Certain postcodes seem to have identical lat-lon even though the postcodes are different. For instance anything listed WV98 or EN77(or the single MK11 have a lat lon of 49.76682/-7.557163. EN77 should be Enfield, I think, and WV should be Wolverhampton, but those lat lon seem to be pointing off the coast of cornwall? Are these reserved for later use? The postoffice website doesn't recognise most of those postcodes.
By Dave on 27th June 2016

This is a fantastic site! Thank you so much.
By Frederick on 8th May 2016

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