Uses

Local Plans

Create easily accessible, interactive Local Plan maps for your Local Planning Authority. View an existing Local Plan map, developed using OpusMap here. For more information, please get in touch here.

Place Plans

Find out more about Place Planning in Wales and our web toolkit for engaging and consulting with your local community. If you’d like to speak to a member of our team, please contact us here.

Neighbourhood Plans

Enable your local neighbourhood to map their community and add ideas and vision for its development. For more information, please contact us here.

Consultation Mapping

OpusMap’s API means you can incorporate interactive maps as part of your online consultation programme. See it in action here! To find out more please contact us here.

Land Allocation Mapping

With OpusMap software you can easily create an interactive map to identify and display areas of land for different types of development. To discuss your map, please contact us here.

Walking and Cycling Routes

Create detailed & interactive maps for routes and trails, designed for your target market. View an example of interactive cycling routes in action on the MB Wales website! Read more about its development in our blog.

Maps to Boost Local Tourism

Interactive maps are perfect visual aids for displaying the natural beauty and local attractions of any area. Publish your bespoke map online and attach images, videos and text to capture the attention of your audience. To discuss your project, please get in touch here.

Tree Preservation Orders

Mapping tree preservation orders with OpusMap is ideal for all aboricultural professionals. Our easy-to-use software doesn’t require advanced tech skills and full support is available. To discuss the options for your project, please get in touch here.

Maps for Planning Applications

A detailed, up-to-date map is important for any successful planning application. Get in touch to talk about your requirements by contacting us here.

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