Features and benefits

Ordnance Survey OS MasterMap Topographic Layer is a highly accurate, flexible resource covering nationally some 400 million man-made and natural features, from fields to pillar boxes.

This powerful resource is given greater richness by adding aerial imagery. Unlike a conventional map, aerial photography makes it possible to see what is actually on the ground and this enables users to pick out prominent features, which might range from old industrial buildings to tree belts, brooks, ponds and even archaeological features which were previously unknown.

Full GB coverage.

Key Points


Mapping type Derived from vector formats extracted from the National database and aerial imagery.
Style Detailed mapping to property level with added visual content through aerial imagery.
Used in Planning applications and land and property investigation, development and management
Can be put into Reports, design drawings, CAD software and GIS systems depending on format and licence purchased
Combinations This product represents an excellent combination of products but users may also wish to consider including height information or other site specific data.

Some users prefer to purchase a wider area of aerial imagery and height information separately in order to provide a more cost effective indication of the site surroundings whilst maintaining the detailed topographic mapping in the core area of interest.
Available as PDF, PDF (layered) and DXF+TIFF raw data components
Cannot ... be used outside of the terms of licence
Also consider Independent mapping components and height data.


Prices from £17 + VAT

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