Mining Information and Datasets
The Coal Authority can provide public third-parties with information extracts from its digital coal mining database for the purpose of engineering, technical or academic studies. Our standard conditions of supply are applicable.
Information available for re-use:
- Use our interactive map of coal mining information.
The map viewer allows you to view selected coal mining information in your area of interest extracted from the national coal mining database.
- Web Mapping Services.
Datasets contained within our interactive map viewer available as web mapping services (WMS) for use within Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software.
- Free information downloads.
GIS information and data currently available to download free of charge
- Dataset sales.
Information extracts from the national coal mining database available for the purpose of engineering, technical or academic studies.
- Historic coal mining records.
The Mining Records Office is sited at the Coal Authority headquarters in Mansfield and currently holds three main sets of records: Coal Abandonment Plans, Coal Holdings Register and the Licence Register.
- Information Fair Trader Scheme.
The Government has set out the need for greater transparency across its operations to enable the public to hold public bodies and politicians to account.
Results of the Mining Information & Datasets Customer Survey 2012
Thank you to all those who took the time to complete the survey - We are currently reviewing the feedback received, and an action plan is being formulated to address issues raised, which will be published later this year.