Download UK Postcode Outcode Boundaries
Download a KML file showing all UK Post code areas.
You can download the KML file below.
UK Post code boundaries (703kb)
There are 124 outcodes in the UK postal system. This KML file contains 124 polygons that represent each postcode area. You can use Google Earth to open and view this data.
Comments For This Page
Each Outcode is the name for each placemark in the KML file.
By Free Map Tools on 26th December 2016
This is useless without the names of the postcodes.
On 26th December 2016
The KML download is fantastic but was hoping it would be possible to also include postcode districts, even if just for London (or where one could find this), e.g. "W1-14" instead of just "W" which is in itself not that helpful. Thank you very much indeed!
On 2nd November 2016
On 6th June 2016
Hi Andrew, have a look at KML Layers.
By Free Map Tools on 25th June 2014
Does anyone know if there is a way to use this with Google Maps API V3?
By Andrew on 6th June 2014
These are postcode areas, which make up part of the outcode. They are are not postcode districts - those are not free
On 22nd February 2014
Hi Guys, I need to get much more detailed than the outcode boundaries. Do you have a file that gives details of full outbound codes such as RG24 rather than just RG? I need to find polygons to overlay onto Google maps, any ideas?
By Neil on 3rd July 2013
Hey guys, thanks for the KML! I wrote a script to convert the data to SVG format and thought it might come in handy for others: https://github.com/AndrewRose/kml2svg
By Andrew Rose on 20th May 2013
What's the difference between coordinates and coordinates8?
By Richard on 18th March 2013
So i've been using this data to render an svg out, so far so good, except the map is 90degrees clockwise :D
However, Good stuff man :)
On 27th October 2012
Epic. Simply epic. Thank you so very much!
On 7th May 2012
not sure yet - I need to view it first
On 28th March 2012
Cool page on 02/01/2012
By AmirArsalanKabiri on 25th January 2012
On 20th January 2012
By Villa on 11th January 2012
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