UK Political - Postcode District - Locked PDF
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This Huge United Kingdom Postcode District high resolution locked PDF map is 2 x A0 in size, or 1189 mm wide by 1682 mm high. We believe it is the only single map to cover the United Kingdom at Postcode District level. It is suitable for use with Acrobat, for printing, etc. The map scale is 1:600 000 and it features a political map base showing the Counties and Unitary Authorities in pastel colours.
Map Details :
Size: 2A (1682 mm high x 1189 mm wide)
Edition: First Edition
Format: Locked PDF
Year: Revised in 2016
ISBN: 978-1-910937-62-4 Plastic Coated Map.
Postcode District boundaries in red with associated Postcode District Names (eg BS1)
XYZ Maps political road atlas type map background in colour including motorways, primary roads, major towns, cities and villages.
Base map is in political colours in pastel tones to show Counties / Unitary Authorities.
This file has no layers and is locked for editing or data extraction.
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.
You might also be interested in the individual sheets of the Postcode District Map Series (see the index map).
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|Country||England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, United Kingdom, Wales|
|Postcode||UK, IoM & Channel Islands|
|Region||Central England, Central Southern England, East Anglia, Europe, Highlands & Islands, North East England, North England, North Scotland, North Wales, North West England, Northern Ireland, South East England, South Scotland, South Wales, South West England, West Midlands|
|Finishing / Format||PDF File|