Our Ordnance Survey Maps come in a variety of scales and coverage. We offer the latest update of OS MasterMap® including multiple additional layers such as building heights, National Tree Map™ and 1m contours. These maps are perfect for professionals and are used by architects, surveyors and engineers daily.
|Formats:||CAD (DWG & DXF), GML, PDF, PNG|
|Options:||Colour, black & white|
|Printable scales:||1:200 – 1:10,000|
|Stated accuracy:||Urban +/- 1m, rural +/- 2.5m, moorland / mountain +/- 8m|
|‘Standard’ option – up to 20 key layers
‘Pro’ option – up to 67 layers
|Projection:||OSGB36 geodetic datum using Transverse Mercator projection|
|Grid:||British National Grid|
|Themes:||Buildings, roads, paths, water & natural features|
|Optional layers (CAD only):||1m contours, building heights, National Tree Map™, freehold boundaries, listed buildings|
|Licence options:||12 months (other options available on request)|
|Updates:||Every 6 weeks|
|Delivery:||Within seconds of ordering|
Access points to a mast are hard to find so Ordnance Survey mapping data such as aerial photography and Mastermap in DWG format are helpful for a site visit.
A combination of OS maps is used to locate access points, connection points between a site and a project and site appraisals.
OS mapping in various formats is used to check planning constraints and produce planning applications and certificates of lawfulness.
Large scale topographic maps are useful to find accesses to a construction site. OS mapping data help to establish if access to a site is adequate and whether a site corresponds to all appropriate guidelines.
Ordnance Survey maps and the National Tree Map are accurate enough to help survey a large range of land for an arboricultural consultant working across the country.