Tailte Éireann

Effective from March 1st, 2023, Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSI), the Property Registration Authority (PRA), and the Valuation Office (VO) have been amalgamated to establish Tailte Éireann.

As an independent government agency operating under the aegis of the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Tailte Éireann is responsible for delivering a comprehensive property registration system, property valuation services, and a national mapping service and surveying infrastructure for the country.

Ordnance Survey Ireland has been integrated into Tailte as the National Mapping Division, following the transfer of its functions outlined in the Ordnance Survey Ireland Act 2001 to the Tailte Éireann Act 2022.

Further information on the establishment of Tailte Éireann and updates on the merger are available at www.tailte.ie.

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Accessing OSi Products

Public Office/Mapsales is now open by prior appointment.

The opening hours are as follows:

Tuesday: – 10.00am – 12.00 am 2.00pm -4.00pm

Thursday: – 10.00am – 12.00 am 2.00pm -4.00pm

OSi Maps

OSi Maps can be purchased online at Online Shop.

In addition, mapping can also be purchased from our Agents, list located here.

Making an appointment to attend our Public Office

To make an appointment email our Customer Service Team.

Leave a brief description of your requirements and a contact telephone number. Upon receipt of your correspondence, a member of the Customer Service team will make contact with you.

Tourist & Leisure Maps

Please note that Tourist and Leisure Mapping Paper Products are no longer available at the Public Office. They can be purchased from our Online Shop.

They are also available from many book shops throughout the country.

You can contact your account manager by email if you are a Corporate or NMA customer, or please email the relevant email address on our Contact Us page.

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