You may be asked to submit a map with your planning application. To get maps of a house or other property for planning permission and/or submission to HM Land Registry, you can find and contact one of our OS licensed Partners. OS Partners and outlets around the country provide large-scale planning application maps, ready for you to order online or find in store.
Guidance for planning application maps
Information and guidance on how to obtain a planning application map
I need a map for my planning application
Partners who provide planning application maps
The following organisations are partnered with OS to provide customers with maps that are suitable for planning applications. Browse the results, shortlist your favourites, and contact them to learn how they can help you.
Use of HM Land Registry title plans in planning applications
HM Land Registry’s title plans are based on the Ordnance Survey map and are Crown copyright.
You are not permitted to use a HMLR title plan for planning applications. You’ll need to obtain a large-scale UK planning map from one of Ordnance Survey’s Business Partners.
When considering a planning application that includes a title plan, the local authority may ask for confirmation that its use is licensed by Ordnance Survey.
- Guidance for preparing plans for land registry applications. Read HM Land Registry’s practice guide to help you prepare plans for registration purposes.
- Title plan information. Read HM Land Registry’s title plan practice guide to support the property description in the register.
- Flood map for planning service. Visit Gov.uk to get flood risk information for planning in England.