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Value Added Licence

What does a Value Added Licence cover?

A Value Added Licence covers value added material which falls outside the scope of the PSI Licence. This term is formally defined within HM Treasury’s Cross Cutting Review of the Knowledge Economy.

Value added material will usually satisfy the following conditions:

Examples of Value Added Material

Value Added Licence Terms and Conditions (PDF - 140 KB)

Apply for a Value Added Licence - there may be a charge depending on the material you wish to re-use and how you wish to re-use it.

Further information about charging is available below: