Online mapping aids for businesses, marketing and planning departments
All-in-one reference for postcodes in the London ULEZ expansion plus Clean Air / Low Emission zones in 13 other cities
Do you need to work out service charge areas and delivery routes based on postcodes in the new Clean Air and Low Emission urban zones? Or are you an urban planner who needs to identify the green city zones at street level? If so, we have a superb interactive reference map for you showing all the LEZ, ULEZ, ZEZ, CCZ and Clean Air Zones juxtaposed with postcode boundaries, borough and county boundaries, and live traffic congestion data. This helpful map provides street level postcode boundary details that are missing from the maps provided by local authorities, gov.uk and Transport for London.
Access to this unique all-in-one transport map is available with a £35 pass for our Dynamic Mapping Suite. The pass also includes all other dynamic online reference maps and mapping tools for a month, so you can plot your own postcodes of interest in and around the Clean Air and Low Emission zones.
The greening of UK cities is happening fast, with London’s Ultra-low Emission Zone (ULEZ) expansion in plae, and other Clean Air / Low Emission Zones implemented or coming soon in Birmingham, Sheffield, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Greater Manchester and others (see list below). Oxford is even trialling a Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ). The upshot is a confusing mishmash of rules impacting business pricing and routes for deliveries and service areas within the cities. You need accurate and clear visual reference to identify postcodes in these urban zones.
Use our dynamic online reference maps plus postcode mapping tools to work out your own company’s delivery and service pricing.
See how postcode districts and sectors straddle the zones and quick-check if your customer is inside or outside
The maps in the Dynamic Mapping Suite are fully interactive, with a search box and interactive nested listings that help you locate and identify postcodes at different levels – areas, districts, sectors and individual unit centroids.
This video preview shows how to find postcodes in Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone