MANNGIS On-line Mapping
MANNGIS is a pan-Government project, set up in 1992, to facilitate and encourage a joined-up approach to the development of digital map data, gazetteers and Geographic Information Systems in Government Departments and Statutory Boards.
The MANNGIS Online site provides the following facilities:-
- All-Island address searches
- Map navigation tools
- All-Island coverage of up-to-date maps down to a very detailed level
- A number of map overlays defining Government boundaries and services which can be queried via an address or pin location on a “Where is My Nearest…?” basis.
All map layers are retrieved either directly or overnight from “back-office” systems and hence represent the most up-to-date information available. Additional map layers will be added on a regular basis and integrated with existing web content and online services. Layers included will be based on the requirements of residents, visitors and businesses and may include such things as planning applications, roadworks, Government and public buildings, bus routes and so on.
The use of MANNGIS Online Maps is subject to the terms and conditions set out below. By using the maps you confirm that you have read, understood and accepted these conditions. These terms and conditions are in addition to the general Terms & Conditions which can be found on any page on the website.
We are always looking for ways to improve the site. If you have any suggestions or comments, we would be pleased to hear from you. To contact us, either:
Government Technical Services
St Andrews House
Conditions of Use
See the website General Terms and Conditions regarding data accuracy, suitability and limitation of liability.
If map errors are discovered, please notify the relevant Department, or contact the MANNGIS team and we will endeavour to correct them.
It is not always feasible to achieve full accessibility with online maps due to their interactive and image-based nature. The ESRI(UK) LocalView Fusion software used is Shaw Trust-accredited. We wish to ensure where possible that disabled users can access this service. Please submit any feedback using the links at the bottom of this page.
Isle of Man Survey based in the Cartographic Section of the Department of Infrastructure, is the Island’s National Mapping Service. It provides all digital background mapping on this site under licence to Government Departments and Statutory Boards. Mapping is provided solely for the purpose of making Government information available in the public domain. Website map content is reproduced from Isle of Man Survey mapping with the permission of the Department of Infrastructure, ©2012 Crown Copyright.
Maps (i.e. maps on a scale of 1:1250, 1:2500 and 1:10000 or maps derived from these basic scales prepared by or on behalf of the Department of Infrastructure or its predecessors) in hard copy or digital form, fall under the Copyright Act 1991 (of Tynwald). This Copyright is vested with the Department of Infrastructure and is administered by that Department.
Any person or organisation wishing to:
- Publish or re-print a publication based directly or indirectly on Isle of Man Government material, including any act of copying which results in hard copy on paper, film or any other permanent visual medium;
- Obtain and use Isle of Man Survey Digital Map Data;
must apply to the Cartographic Section of the Department of Infrastructure for a licence.
All rights are reserved. Any unauthorised use of digital map information will infringe Crown Copyright and may lead to prosecution or civil proceedings.
Persons wishing to use information included or derived from any of the map or local information overlays should contact the relevant department to request permission.
Persons wishing to use address, postcode or street search services, other than as provided for within MANNGIS Online, should email firstname.lastname@example.org for a schedule of prices.