In the past, it was common for people to keep an assortment of maps in their cars. That way, if they got lost, they could simply check the map and see where they needed to go. Now, carrying around maps is no longer necessary. Instead, people can carry an assortment of maps on their own phone or they have a GPS unit. Some people aren't sure about upgrading to digital maps. They may feel that paper maps are easier to use. Other people may want to avoid maps entirely. There are a lot of people that struggle to read maps; they may feel like carrying maps is a waste of their time.
As a developer applying for planning permission, it is important that you have maps or a map of the location you are planning to develop that is correct and accurate. This is essential in ensuring that you fully understand the boundaries and space you have to work with even as you apply for permission. With so many map makers in Britain, finding a map you can rely on can be hard. As such, it is essential that you get your map from a reliable map maker. Ordnance Survey is Britain’s national mapping agency and is one of the largest producer of maps copyright Promap in the world.