Our Geographic Information System (GIS) is an interactive mapping service that lets you view some of our map based information. You can carry out address searches, query map layers for information, print maps and view aerial photography. Map layers and information currently available include:
|East Suffolk Polling Districts and stations
Dog Restriction areas
Enforcement and stop register
Historical county 1875-1896
|Historical county 1887-1902
Historical county 1903-1926
Historical county 1927-1856
Local Authority Land
Section 106 Agreements
Tree preservation Orders
|Enter the GIS website|
If you need help when you are using the GIS, please click on the 'Help' link in the bottom left hand corner of the GIS page. Please also familiarise yourself with the terms and conditions and disclaimer on this page before you enter the GIS.
To get the most out of the GIS you will need a broadband internet connection and your computer screen resolution set to at least 1024 x 768, 24 bit colour display.
By entering the GIS you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of the licence agreement and the following conditions:
The GIS allows you to view and interrogate some of the map layers we hold. This service is provided for information purposes only.
We aim to meet the highest standard of quality information and every attempt has been made to present up-to-date and accurate information. However, the council cannot be held responsible for the misuse or misrepresentation of any of the information here. It offers no warranty to the accuracy of the information and accepts no liability for loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of reliance on this information.
All Ordnance Survey maps are reproduced from Ordnance Survey mapping data with the permission of the Controller of Her Majesty's Stationery Office (c) Crown Copyright.
Please note that under the terms and conditions of the licence agreement a single screen print of the results of a search of the national and/or authority datasets is permitted for your own use.
Unauthorised reproduction infringes Crown Copyright and may lead to prosecution or civil proceedings.