digdat provides maps of Great Britain via the internet. Once you have registered and logged in you will have instant access to select an area and, dependent on your access level, view, print or order paper versions of Ordnance Survey and various utility companies' underground assets.
Please note that service pipes, private sewers, drains and former private sewers and drains transferred to the water companies on or after 1 October 2011 are generally not shown on the wastewater plans.
Utility Asset Maps
Asset maps of utilities’ assets can be viewed, printed or ordered to be posted to you in various sizes including A0, A1, A2, A3 and A4.
Ordnance Survey Maps
The Ordnance Survey MasterMap topography layer is a detailed, intelligent, geographic database. It contains almost half a billion features from the built and natural landscape of Britain and is viewable in a variety of scales.
Our maps are updated regularly and the date each map was last updated can be viewed on the map itself.
digdat Utilities offers you the ability to quickly and easily search for and view your area of interest; to pan, zoom and draw a boundary around the exact area you would like to print or create a pdf for. We also provide a printing service so as well as receiving an electronic copy you can request that a printed version is posted to you. Printed copies are available in A0, A1, A2, A3 and A4 and can be posted out to you within one working day of placing your order.
digdat offers you the ability to quickly and easily search for and view your area of interest. Assets currently available to view are those of Anglian Water, Bristol Water, Hafren Dyfrdwy, Hartlepool Water, Severn Trent Water, Thames Water, Southern Water, Harlaxton Energy and Virgin Media. You can search a specific area and then quickly and easily check for any of the utilities’ assets without the need to search for each utilities’ assets individually.
Additional functionality is also available including the option to include sewer and/or water assets for each water company and to print the current screen or print your map at a specific scale.