• MasterMap®

    OS MasterMap is a comprehensive large-scale map, detailing man-made and natural features. It is approved for planning applications and land registration, and it is offered as a CAD plan as well as other formats.

  • Freehold Boundaries

    Land Registry based overlay information on freehold boundaries for your CAD plans.

  • Building Heights

    Building heights data from Environment Agency LiDAR data including maximum and minimum height, average mean and median height available for CAD maps.

  • 1m Contours

    Available for CAD plans, the contours are an accurate representation of the topography of the land and covers over 60% of England, Wales and a section of Scotland.

  • National Tree Map™

    A digital record of over 300 million trees in the England and Wales of 3m and above in height. Available as an extra layer for your CAD maps.

  • OS MasterMap® 3D

    A stunning 3D visualisation of buildings and topography providing local urban context. Save time and money on modelling time.

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  • Market leading detail with up to 67 CAD layers
  • CAD maps from £15.19 (save up to 22.4%) with free previews
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Functional Tools for your CAD Plans


Auto Outline

With a single click, instantly define property ownership borders or the element directly on your CAD maps.


Choose CAD plans from a large selection of professional mapping including OS MasterMap with additional layers.


Check that your CAD maps fit perfectly to a specific scale, paper size, and orientation, such as landscape or portrait.


Using the Rectangle tool, define your CAD map’s area. Polygon and Set Area are two additional tools to help select odd shapes of land.

Save Area

Save a specific area with a reference name of your preference for future use on your CAD plans.

Snap to Point

To partially outline a property border or feature on your CAD maps, use the Snap to Point tool.

Many Users, Different Applications of CAD plans

The Telecoms Surveyor

David uses MapServe’s CAD plans in DWG format to find the mast location. He also uses the site's preview maps and aerial imagery to determine entry points for on-site visits.

The Architect

Leigh primarily orders CAD maps, which he then superimposes on sketches to find new accesses and how each site relates to a project. He also merges the maps with Google Street views in order to do site evaluations.

The Town Planner

Stuart uses maps on multiple occasions, including for planning applications, to check planning constraints and planning precedents in a given area and to obtain a certificate of lawful use, which can include evidence such as aerial imagery and CAD maps.

The Transport Planning Consultant

Myles must ensure that access to a building site is effective and suitable, and that it adheres to all applicable guidelines, building regulations, and local authority rules. He also needs to look at topographical maps and determine how to provide access to existing transport networks, as well as the accessibility of a site.

The Arboricultural Consultant

Robert’s business takes him all over the country as he surveys a wide variety of different locations. He uses various CAD maps for each job that he does as the sites vary. He mostly works at large residential estates and he require maps that cover up to 4000 hectares.

Supported Software

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