Our specialist technicians use the latest technology to be provide accurate mapping for a variety of uses
GIS Mapping is the collection of data electronically and transferring it on to paper maps for general use. This may be new boundary lines for grazing agreements, land valuations or the positions of springs and wells for Nitrate Vulnerable Zone plans.
Electronic data collection using hand held GIS / GPS technology. This ensures that the data is accurate to less than a metre.
GIS mapping is important when considering longer term forest plans, deer moorland management plans as well as applications for:
- Rural Development Contracts (RDCs)
- English Woodland Grant Schemes (EWGS)
- Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA)
- Felling Licences
- IACS Registration and other Environmental Schemes