Organizations provide Open Data to provide transparency, to enrich insights for researchers, and to enable developers to build useful civic, commercial and educational applications. The best place to find APIs for Open Data is in the ProgrammableWeb API directory. Here we present ten popular ones.
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|HMRC Check a UK VAT Number||This API enables your application to: 1. Check if a UK VAT number is registered 2. View the name and address of the business that the UK VAT number is registered to 3. Get a reference number...||Financial||REST v1|
|U.K. Department for Environment Hydrology Data||The Hydrology API provides access to historic water flow information in the U.K. Get data about monitoring stations, flood-monitoring, measures, readings, and more with the API.||Water||REST v0.2.0|
|HMRC UK Tax Filing - Submit VAT return for period||Submit VAT return for period. This endpoint is one of the mandatory endpoints to use to achieve the minimum level of compliance. The other endpoint required to achieve the minimum level of compliance...||Taxes||REST v1.0|
|HMRC UK Tax Filing View Obligations||UK Goverment - Making Tax Digital introduces digital record-keeping for VAT-registered businesses. For businesses that are above the VAT threshold, it is mandatory to use this service. Those that...||Taxes||REST v1.0|
|UK Food Hygiene Rating data||The Food Standards Agency of the UK provides food hygiene rating data determined by local authority food inspections of food shops, restaurants, pubs, cafés, takeaways, hotels and supermarkets. The...||Food||RPC v2.2|
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