Open data is about increasing transparency and sharing the information that we hold. It is machine-readable structured data, that can be freely shared, used and built on.
The Open Data Charter, which was agreed at the G8 summit held in Fermanagh in June 2013, promotes the publication of public data as open data. In Northern Ireland, the promoting and enabling of open data publications, has been driven by the ‘Open Data Strategy for Northern Ireland 2015-18’ which was endorsed by the Northern Ireland Executive and published in February 2015.
The data on this page is published under the Open Government Licence and is available for you to re-use as you wish, including for commercial and research activities.
Our Open Data
To view these datasets click on the links below:
- Bowling Pavilions
- Car Park locations
- Car Park Tariffs
- Community Centres
- Leisure Centres
- Recycling Banks
- Recycling Centres
- Sports Pitches
- Senior Officer Salaries
- Tree Preservation Orders
Other sources of Open Data
- You can view all of our datasets and a wide range of datasets from across the public sector in Northern Ireland on the open data portal OpenDataNI.
- The Detail Data Portal is a publicly-accessible data catalogue for open data from voluntary and community, public, private and academic sectors in Northern Ireland. The portal also hosts a broad range of blogs and features showcasing the use of open data in Northern Ireland.