South Scotland - Postcode District - Editable GeoPDF
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The GeoPDF is a High resolution PDF suitable for DTP / Adobe Illustrator, viewing on digital devices, Printing, and using with Adobe Reader or Acrobat, utilising special features build into it. This XYZ South Scotland Postcode District Geo PDF shows Postcode District boundaries (EH1, EH2 etc) on a clear, colour background and is perfect for determining Postcode boundaries for sales, planning mailshots or as a regional reference guide. The Geo PDF covers an area from Fort William (North) to Middlesbrough (South) and from the West Coast to the East Coast.
Map Details :
Size: A0 (1189mm x 841mm)
Edition: Fourth Edition
Format: GeoPDF compatible with Adobe Illustrator CS6 or above and Avenza MAPublisher 9.5 or above.
ISBN: 978-1-910937-32-7 - Plastic Coated Map.
Map Features :
Postcode District boundaries in red with associated Postcode District Names (eg NN1)
Ordnance Survey 1:250 000 Road Atlas map background in colour including motorways, primary roads, major towns, cities and villages.
Xtreme Accuracy postcode boundaries with clear regional mapping for you to plan sales and marketing campaigns, leaflet drops, postal mailings, etc.
Use to allocate postcode districts and sectors to particular sales territories.
The GeoPDF format means that in addition to the normal characteristics of a PDF, for example quality printing, this PDF has embedded Latitude / Longitude co-ordinates. These may be accessed using the Analysis Tools in the Adobe Reader (Version 9 or above). Within the Adobe Reader (9 or above) you can also see all the layers and control them individually, so for example the Main Map and Postcode Districts layers can be turned on or off. You can use the 'Model Tree' pane to search by Postcode District, which will be highlighted on the map with a zoom to capability (right click), plus Address Count statistics will be displayed. See our GeoPDF Readme.
This file can be edited in Adobe Illustrator, e.g. to apply colours to Postcode Districts.
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|Country||England, Scotland, United Kingdom|
|Postcode||CA, DD, DG, DH, EH, FK, G, KA, KY, ML, NE, PA, PH, SR, TD|
|Region||Scottish Central Belt East, Scottish Central Belt West, South Scotland, South West Scottish Borders|
|Town||Carlisle, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle upon Tyne, Sunderland|
|Finishing / Format||No|