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Location Plan
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DiagramofApprovedSiteLocationPlan.pdf

Reviews of Location Plans

4.90 Average

42 Reviews

M N NICHOLSON

The process to obtain a large scale map of my property was very simple and will assist me in liaising with the managing agent and contractors.

Anonymous

Creating the account went fine. However, I struggled to bring up the site mapping for (admittedly) what was a rural location. I rapidly used up my 'free' scrolling allowance and got frozen twice in the process. However, the help team email support was excellent in pointing me towards the Google mapping 'find' method and then increasing my scroll freedom. Final plan output a little off centre but mapping and annotation fine.

Mrs DYER

The quality of the map was exactly what I needed and paper copies came very soon after in the post

Anonymous

Quick and easy to select, you receive it there and then! Thanks

Eleanor Gilligan

Easy to obtain the map with clear instructions for marking the territory, also ease of purchase

Mr Walding

Tried to draw line but not all of the map showed. Quick call and job done by a very efficient man

i r miller

Easy to navigate site. Got the map I wanted without any hassle.

Mr Gardiner

There are any number of scales and plan options to elect from but the process is made simple. It was a very simple process to outline my map and the PDF was delivered instantly. The plan is perfect to support my first registration application to HM Land Registry. Finally, the prices are very reasonable. Thank you,. Richard

Mr Whalley

Easy to order and very clearly printed

robert eustice

quick and easy

P W Obeney

All scales required for planning application. Easy to use.

Mr AC Wood

Your customer service is excellent, I made errors on two occasion and Steve has helped me through the process and issued a refund. I would recommend you company to anyone needing planning maps.

Evelyn S Joslin

As a complete novice not knowing what councils need or do not need I got all the help I could of wished for from UK Planning Maps, the website is easy to use and if you get in a pickle there are lots of lovely staff who can help. Eve Maidstone

Mrs Scott

We have not purchased a map before and this site was easy to use and gave us exactly what we wanted.

MRS L OWENS

Fast easy experience, good quality maps. very efficient company. Overall very good service

Mr Beale

Very helpful and friendly

Mr A J smith

Very easy to deal with and very helpful staff, particularly for a layperson like me!

Anonymous

The process in buying was very easy and the map of a very high quality. I would not hesitate in recommending to others. They appear to have a huge range of other maps. It's totally brilliant.

Mr O

I received first class service from start to finish the website was very easy to use and the delivery of my map was very fast!

S M Smith

This was the first time I used this service. I found it very straight forward to find the map, put on a heading and put outline of plot I needed.

CAPT RICHARD G PROES

They produced exactly what I required without any problem. It was also very easy to place my order.

Site Location Plan At a Glance

Normal Scales: 1:1,250 and 1:2,500

Paper Size: A4 or A3

Coverage: Urban 4 hectares, Rural 16 hectares

File Type: PDF or Printed copies

Must include: North Arrow, Scale, Licence Number

Colour Format: Black and White or Colour

Should show entire property and normally 1 or 2 named roads

 

What is a Site Location Plan?

All planning applications* need a site location plan (also known as a location plan) which shows the proposal in its surrounding context and a block plan (also known as a site plan) which shows the development in more detail.
These plans enable the local planning authority (LPA) to identify the land to which the application refers to and should be based on an up-to-date Ordnance Survey map. This guide outlines what plans you must submit with your application. You can create and buy both sets of plans from Stanfords and attach them to your online application. If you are posting your application, three copies plus the original are required.

Site location plan:

  • Should be at an identified standard metric scale (typically 1:1250 or 1:2500 for larger sites) and should show the direction North.
  • It should be scaled to fit on either A4 or A3 paper
  • Show sufficient roads and/or buildings on land adjoining the application site
  • Show application site boundary and all land necessary to carry out the proposed
  • development i.e. land required for access to the site from the road, outlined in red
  • A blue line should be drawn around any other land owned by the applicant, close to or
  • adjoining the application site.

*This guidance is based on the criteria set out in the Government guidance document Guidance on information requirements and validation. Please note that other plans may be requested by your LPA as part of its local level requirements.

What Maps are used for Site Location Plans?

Your council will require up to date high quality mapping. Along with most other providers we offer Location Plans based on Ordnance Survey Matermap® data. As the National Mapping Agency of Great Britain their coverage is unrivalled and it's guaranteed to be accepted by your planning department.

All of our Site Location plans are guaranteed to meet your council's requirements for planning applications.

What does the Site Location Plan need to show?

It should show the application site boundary and all land necessary to carry out the proposed development i.e. land required for access to the site from the road. In practice this often means your house and it's garden front and back to the road. Many Councils ask for your Location Plan to show 2 named roads to enable them to locate the development.

You need to mark out the boundary of your application site in red. If you own other land nearby this should be outlined in blue.

What File Type are you required to submit?

You will need to upload at PDF if you are submitting your application online via the planning portal. If you are submitting paper copies of your application you can order the PDF with paper copies.

It's important not to print your PDF at home, as every paper copy of the map should be licensed. Please order the paper copies with your map to ensure you are using licensed copies.

How Much will the Site Location Plan cost?

You can create your Site Location Plan yourself online which can cost as little as £13.00 + VAT for the pdf. Some companies do charge more than this so it does pay to shop around.

Bear in mind that if you buy from one of the Suppliers that pay to advertise on the Planning Portal your map will cost more, however it is exactly the same map as provided by all the Ordnance Survey licensed partners.

If you have your architect create your plan you will also need to pay their fees as well.

Diagram of Site Location Plan

Please review our diagram of a Site Location Plan. This shows the necessary elements of your Site Location Plan.

Location Plan for Planning Application

Where can you get more help?

Our Guide to the Planning Process

What is a Site Plan or Block Plan

1:1250 Scale Site Location Plan