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By James Blee Subscribe to RSS | August 1st 2012 | Views:
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Do you think you’ll ever need UK county maps often or frequently? For the general public using UK county maps is something that will probably not happen, or at least the usage of UK county maps would be a very rare occurrence. On average it is safe to say a majority of the country doesn’t even know you can get UK county maps from retailers and newsagents. In terms of the usage of UK county maps, people in planning comities and other such groups will most likely find a use for UK county maps when planning prospective buildings such as homes and retail parks. Businesses looking to expand onto new land will most likely use UK county maps to determine areas with land available to purchase that are within zones that are likely to be frequented, depots and warehouses are often built on land that the UK county maps show to be out of the way of major retail centres, this is done effectively to maximise saving by investing in land that does not have an inflated price because of it being highly attractive to retail operations. These are just some of the practical applications of UK County Maps, there are indeed more that have to be considered but on the whole they are merely just the first uses that spring to mind.

UK county maps have to be updated whenever significant changes are made to the layout of the county. UK county maps can be updated every six months to a year. Unfortunately this process is very anti-consumer, as the UK county maps they have purchased could quite usually end up outdated within a short period of time. The level of being outdated can fluctuate between significant and minor changes to the layout of the UK county maps. Given that digital technologies are growing in regards to UK county maps, some day UK county maps will be available as a onetime purchase for digital application, but until then UK county maps printing will be exploitative to the consumer by effectively forcing them to buy a new one when the old one becomes outdated.

James Blee - About Author:
UK County Maps from oldmaps.co.uk. We have a
fantastic selection of fine hand coloured reproduction 17th century John Speed maps.
Visit us today if you are looking for Historical Maps.

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