Historical building plans produced between 1878 and 1970, showing detailed information on building type and use, including; building materials used, presence of asbestos, and the location of tanks, engines and stores of various materials. An indispensable technical resource for your desktop study or site investigation. Available for sites up to 2 hectares in area.
High resolution historic imagery featuring Charles E. Goad plans, presents information more clearly and in context for better contamination risk assessments.
Fire Insurance Plans
The report feature Charles E. Goad plans that, in addition to showing the materials used in building construction and the location of water supplies, show the location of particular fire hazards such as chemical storage and processing areas, ovens and other such areas that are of interest to contaminated land practitioners.
The plans were produced from 1878 until 1970 for the most important towns and cities in Great Britain at that time using a scale of 1:480 (1 inch to 40 feet). As a result, coverage for these towns varies.
Our fire insurance plans cover relevant sites up to two hectares in most major UK cities including Manchester, Coventry, Sheffield, Plymouth, Cardiff, London, Glasgow and more.
- Reveals type and scale of industry, including types of material used, such as asbestos, for clear contaminated risk assessments
- The only report to feature seamless stitching of Charles E. Goad plans of similar age
- Full OS MasterMap site plan and any gaps in the historical maps filled with our contemporary mapping provides a clearer impression of the whole site
- Dynamic scales make maps more comprehensive and easier to read
*Reliance: £10m Professional Indemnity Insurance. Can be relied upon by all professional parties within a property transaction, first purchasers / tenants and their advisers. Please refer to our terms and conditions. **Average turnaround times are 1-4 hours for sites up to 2ha.