Maps and data – OS maps, visualisation, plans and reports
Browse and buy the latest range of ordnance survey maps at competitive prices. You can also order other maps and data including aerial imagery, height data, environmental & planning reports as well as printed plans for planning submissions which can be branded with your logo.
Get large scale detailed maps of Great Britain with over 400 million individual features incorporating everything from roads to individual buildings and areas of land with OS Maps.
Ordnance Survey maps like OS MasterMap topography layer is the most accurate and advanced mapping data on the market and is suitable for CAD or GIS. The software can be viewed on any browser and on either Mac or PC.
LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) is a technique using lasers to measure the distance between a survey aircraft and the ground.
It is one of the most powerful techniques for delivering highly accurate height data in a timely and cost-effective manner.
In today’s architecture, 3D conceptual modelling is fast becoming an essential tool to help you to accurately map out your project and provide detailed plans for your clients.
These datasets include OS height data and OS Terrain 5, to provide a 3D visual representation of your site with detailed landscapes, terrain, topography, contours and spot heights, without having to open a CAD or GIS program. The file formats come in both PDF and DWG and are delivered as a single .zip file. OS building height data is in its alpha release, featuring approximately 20 million buildings in England and Wales.
The introduction of Georeferenced aerial imagery into Groundsure Insights provides you with high resolution colour aerial photographs, in partnership with leading providers Getmapping.
An aerial mapping layer is available at the preview stage. This, along with the detailed OS MasterMap, provides the ultimate contextual view for your site.
Groundsure Map Insight historical maps are an essential part of an Environmental Consultant’s desk study.
Our Map Insight includes as standard the highest quality historic maps available on the market. Our historical Ordnance Survey mapping dates back to the 1840s and is scanned in at over 500 dots per inch (dpi), while the industry standard is circa 300dpi. These significantly clearer maps ensure you can see the information more clearly to provide greater confidence in your opinion.