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New interactive online map published – Listed Buildings of Historic England

We've been busy in lockdown and built a wonderful interactive map of listed buildings in England. The first thing we did after flowing in the data was to look up listed buildings in our own neighbourhood. What will you find in your own areas of interest? The map is a demo of how we can create a wonderfully detailed online map using a large dataset. Learn more ... Read more

New map of EU issued after Brexit

Maproom has issued a new map of the EU after the United Kingdom leaves. Customers who purchased the previous EU map will find the new one in the bundle available on their original download link. This time we have issued the map in two colour stylings, one using the EU's dark blue, with the EU flag in the corner of the map; the other more restful tones. Ready to use PDFs and PNGs are in the package. Designers using Adobe Illustrator or other vector artwork software will be able to style the ... Read more

Displaying Shetland in a box on maps is now banned by law on official documents. Seriously.

Today a new law brought by the Islands (Scotland) Bill has come into force to ban public bodies from using maps that display Shetland in a box rather than in its natural geographic position 150 miles north of the Scottish mainland.  The BBC article about the law, instigated by Islands Lib Dem MSP Tavish Scott and supported by many who live on the Shetland Islands, uses a version of Maproom's Outline Map of Scotland to illustrate the news item. Now, whilst we are delighted to ... Read more