This page lists the domains which publish and maintain linked data and short term projects developing the government use of linked data.
For examples of environment Linked Data including the Environment Agency's Linked Data pilots See http://environment.data.gov.uk/lab/
Bathing water quality information
- Bathing Water Quality API Reference Documentation
- Environment.data.gov.uk SPARQL form provided by Epimorphics
- Bathing water quality explorer application
The Combined Online Information System (COINS) is a database of UK Government expenditure provided by government departments. It is available as linked data in a beta version. We are working on providing an API onto this data, but for now only the SPARQL endpoint is available. Search
Legislation data is provided by legislation.gov.uk.
Ordnance Survey have released a number of their products as linked data, including postcode units and administrative areas.
Reference data covers the central working of government, including organisational structures where these have been made available as RDF.
The most comprehensive organisational charts of the UK Civil Service ever released online and powered by Linked Data.
Companies House has developed a new service to supply basic company details, using a simple Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) for each company in their database.
We have removed the links to the reference interval service. We are working to provide these links, but will only do so when we are sure the service is stable.
The Office for National Statistics have recently released a number of their products as linked data, including the Register of Geographic Codes and the Code History Database.
- Register of Geographic Codes (link: http://statistics.data.gov.uk/id/statistical-entity)
- SPARQL Endpoint provided by Talis (link: http://api.talis.com/stores/ons-location/services/sparql)
- Search provided by Talis (link: http://api.talis.com/stores/ons-location/items)
Transport data covers the transport infrastructure and data about traffic flow. Note: the data provided here dates from March 2010.
With thanks to Richard Cyganiak and Anja Jentzsch, for the use of the Linking Open Data cloud diagram http://lod-cloud.net/
Though we are working to repackage and provide more detail in this section, we rely on everyone's input to maintain the underlying content. For this current iteration we have removed all dead links, but be rest assured that the underlying URI are being maintained.
If you would like to highlight a project or alert the community to a resource which is not being maintained please provide a comment or let us know via @UKGovLD.