We centre the map on a location of your choice, by postcode. You choose the size and finish you require.
Details of Map Sizes and coverage:
A2 Size 420 x 594mm, (16.5 x 23.4")
Landscape: 58 x 39 km (36 x 24 miles)
Portrait: 40 x 56 km (25 x 35 miles)
A1 Size 594 x 841mm (23.4 x 33.1")
Landscape: 80 x 56km (50 x 35 miles)
Portrait: 58 x 80 km (36 x 50 miles)
A0 Size 841 x 1189mm (33.1 x 46.8")
Landscape: 110 x 80 km (69 x 50 miles)
Portrait: 80 x 100 km (50 x 69 miles)
Please Note: If you need to include the centre of a large conurbation, eg London, please call us for advice, as we may need to increase the scale and reduce the coverage of the map.
Please Note: This product is for 'standard' sizes, however we are able to refine the coverage and scale of your map if required. please contact us on 01432 266322 - Jonathan
Postcodes comprise two halves, an outward and inward section. For example in the postcode HR1 4PN, the HR1 part is Outbound and is used by the Post Office to send to the correct regional main sorting office. The second half, 4PN in our example, is used for the delivery route. Each full postcode locates approx 15 buildings.
Postcode Areas - are the letters, usually 2, at the start of the postcode, eg HR
Postcode Districts - are the first number(s) that complete the first half of the postcode, the outbound code, eg HR1
Postcode Sectors - each District is further segmented down into Sectors (about 9,000 in total) which are denoted by the first number of the second part of the Postcode, eg HR1 4 this half of the Postcode is called the Inward Code.
Level 4 Units - are not available on maps as they define a very small geographical area, usually just part of a street or for larger premises that receive a high volume of daily post the Post Office may allocate a single Postcode.