GIS (Geographic Information System) mapping
Use the GIS maps to access information about
- Planning applications and conservation
- Sports and leisure facilities
- Car parks
- Emergency services
Use the interactive maps
Accessibility and text alternative
Whilst every effort has been made, it is not currently possible to make Geographic Information System (GIS maps) completely accessible to all users. You can access a wide range of the information available in these maps in text format within the My property pages. If you require help please use the text below or call Mark Barnes, GIS Manager on 01926 456510
Select the Maps tab and then select a map from the drop down list. The map showing properties (Property information) is selected by default.
Underneath map layers a key will appear for the selected map. Tick or untick the boxes to show or hide the features in the key, and then hit the Refresh button in the bottom left.
Getting information from the maps
To get additional information about an item displayed on the map, select the i (information) tool from the bottom toolbar and then left click on the item of interest on the map.
Navigating the maps
There are several ways to navigate the maps
- Select the Pan tool from the bottom toolbar and then drag the map
- Use the pan bars around the edges of the map
- The pan tool on the map ca be used to nudge the map in the appropriate direction
Select this button to change the current view of the map to a pre-defined view.
Select this button to Zoom In to the current view by a factor of 2.
Select this button to Zoom Out from the current view by a factor of 2
Select this button to bring up a dialogue box to change the currently displayed scale.
Select this button to be able to change the view of the map by dragging it with the mouse.
Select this button to be able to do one of two things to zoom in:
- Clicking once on the map will zoom in according to the selected point (by a factor of two).
- Secondly, by clicking and holding down the left mouse button, drag a box on the map. The map view will change to the area specified.
Select this button and then clicking on the map. The view will zoom out from the designated point.
Select this button to be able to re-centre the map to where you click the mouse.
Select this button to be able to get information from a point on the map. These points would be corresponding to the items listed in the Key. After selecting this option click on the desired point on the map.
Alternatively you can right click on the map and then select one of the options.
The maps allow you to search for addresses or features. You ca only find features for the selected map (e.g. to find nearest libraries you need to have selected the libraries map)
Printing /emailing maps
Select the Tasks tab to print or email the current map. You can also add a title and description.
Interactive map - Terms and Conditions
Warwick District Council makes every effort to ensure that all of the information displayed on its online mapping service is accurate and up-to-date. However, the data is intended to be illustrative in nature, and therefore does not constitute a legal record. Should further information be required on data shown within any of the maps, please contact the relevant Council Department for assistance.
Furthermore, we can not accept responsibility for any loss or inconvenience caused by reliance on inaccurate material contained in this site alone.
Please note that you are not permitted to copy, otherwise reproduce or download this data other than to make for personal use ONLY.
The Ordnance Survey maps included within this on-line mapping service are provided by Warwick District Council under strict licence from the Ordnance Survey in order to fulfil its public function to publicise local public services.
Please contact Ordnance Survey for advice if you wish to license Ordnance Survey mapping and data for your own use.