Borough Boundaries

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beetroot Wednesday 2 May 2007 10.21am
I can't seem to find any maps showing me the boundaries of Southwark. Anyone help? Actually, a detailed map showing all london boroughs would be ideal.


Siduhe Wednesday 2 May 2007 11.52am
It's not the easiest thing to follow or use, but the Southwark Council Webmap will certainly show you the precise boundary of Southwark and you can zoom in to a fair amount of detail.

You need to select the "London Borough" option (grey line) and then zoom in.
beetroot Wednesday 2 May 2007 2.27pm
thank you very much. You're right it's a bit annoying to use but does the job.
James Hatts Wednesday 2 May 2007 4.58pm
If you go to Stanfords in Long Acre, Covent Garden, you can get a big poster map (from the A-Z company) with all the London postal areas on one side and all the London boroughs (and surrounding authorities too) on the other side.

We have one on our office wall here.

Alternatively if it's fine detail you need, the ordinary A-Z street map shows borough boundaries as a red line of dots and dashes.

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Fred Wednesday 2 May 2007 7.41pm
Or you could click here.

Borough boundaries are shown in thick grey lines (& postcode boundaries in thin red lines).

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