Kingfisher Information agreement of 20th May 2014

2 LICENCE
2.1 In consideration of the Licensee complying with its obligations under this Agreement, the Licensor grants to the Licensee a non-exclusive, non-transferable, revocable, licence for the Permitted Purpose during the Term, and subject to the Licensee User Restrictions, to:
2.1.1 load the Data and use it on any number of computers owned by the Licensee;
2.1.2 transfer the Data from one computer to another computer which permits electronic access by more than one Licensee User; and
2.1.3 convert the Data into other electronic formats.

 

3 LICENSEE USER RESTRICTIONS

3.1 The Licensee shall:
3.1.1 not sell, rent, lease, sub-licence or transfer the Data to any third party other than a Licensee User;
3.1.2 only distribute the Data to non-Licensee Users in the form of printed media or electronic forms without the Data attached (for example, PDF, JPG);
3.1.3 only allow non-Licensee Data Users to view the Data within an online web portal, where the Data may not be downloaded, or viewed at a larger scale than 1:25,000;
and
3.1.4 not extract, reutilise, use, exploit, redistribute, redisseminate, copy or store the Data for any purpose not expressly permitted by this Agreement.

Subsea Telecommunication Cables (KIS-ORCA) (hidden when zoomed in past 1:25,000) - May 2021

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The Kingfisher Information Service - Offshore Renewable & Cable Awareness project (KIS-ORCA) is a joint initiative between the European Subsea Cables Association (ESCA), Renewable UK and the Kingfisher Information Service of Seafish. KIS-ORCA commenced on 01 January 2012 and supersedes the successful KIS-CA project. KIS-ORCA now includes subsea cables (power and telecommunications) surrounding the UK and, for the first time, UK offshore renewable energy structures, in the form of constructed offshore wind farms.

This layer shows routes of seabed cables for telecommunications and is as zoom restricted. See http://www.kis-orca.eu/ for further details.

Subsea Power Cables (KIS-ORCA) (hidden when zoomed in past 1:25,000) - May 2021

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The Kingfisher Information Service - Offshore Renewable & Cable Awareness project (KIS-ORCA) is a joint initiative between the European Subsea Cables Association (ESCA), Renewable UK and the Kingfisher Information Service of Seafish. KIS-ORCA commenced on 01 January 2012 and supersedes the successful KIS-CA project. KIS-ORCA now includes subsea cables (power and telecommunications) surrounding the UK and, for the first time, UK offshore renewable energy structures, in the form of constructed offshore wind farms.

This layer shows routes of seabed cables carrying electricity as zoom restricted. See http://www.kis-orca.eu/ for further details.

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