The Stats and Maps application enables professionals and the public to access statistics for a local area and display them as a map, graph or table, and to use a map of the borough to zoom in on a location and display local services.
Google offer a useful web based mapping application that you can use to find places and directions.
We use Google maps to help you find council buildings and services.
To find planning applications or your nearest recycling point based upon your address, you can use a local map application. There's also a 'My House' facility to view a whole set of information about your address.
Look at maps showing the developments around the borough.
View Ordnance Survey maps or buy a variety of maps online.
Most planning applications require a location plan and a site plan (also known as a block plan), to be submitted as supporting documents.
To see what land use policies and proposals apply to specific areas view the Proposals Map. You can select any area of the Plan by clicking on your chosen site and find information about the policies and proposals that relate to that area.