We're committed to opening up Plymouth's data and using it in different ways to unlock potential in the city
So far we've opened 134 datasets on our data portal Plymouth.TheData.Place. We want you to use the data in innovative ways to create websites, apps, games, tech products or anything else you can think of - it's free to use and play with!
Explore the datasets
Includes boundary stones, listed buildings and city plaquesSearch the datasets
Includes carbon emissions, fuel poverty and energy consumptionSearch the datasets
Includes libraries, schools and play areasSearch the datasets
Includes greenspace, playing pitches and ancient treesSearch the datasets
Includes public toilets, household waste and population densitySearch the datasets
Includes transport, public rights of way and bus stopsSearch the datasets
Includes CCTV and marital and civil partnership statusSearch the datasets
Includes business rates and living arrangementsSearch the datasets
All of our data is released on open data licences and clearly labelled with which open data licence it uses. Further information on licensing is available on the Open Data Institute (ODI) website.
If you're interested in playing with data or have ideas on what you can do with our data let us know by emailing DATAPlay@plymouth.gov.uk or join us at our DATA Play days, they're free and a great way to get together with people who are interested in doing useful or fun things with data.