We are experiencing problems with our interactive mapping portal and it has been necessary to take the system down. A new geographic information system (GIS) may be available in the future.
In the mean time, please make use of various London wide mapping tools via the links below.
You can search the council’s main website for Libraries, Social Care Connect, and Children’s Services locations or use the Find My Nearest tool to find other useful services (locations are shown using Google Maps).
The Department for Education provides statistics on schools and educational attainment by area, though the majority of this data is not mapped.
TFL maps all public transport routes across London.
Mapped environmental data such as pollution emissions, flood risk areas, catchment areas and more can be found in the ‘What’s in my backyard’ section of the Environment Agency website.
The London Waste Map provides a London wide GIS of key waste related information.
For parks and wildlife maps visit the London-wide Gigl site. Gigl’s different mapping options can be found at the link above. iGiGL allows you to explore publically accessible sites of Importance for Nature Conservation and other open spaces.
The British Library website provides a wealth of GIS resources, including mapped land classification data, London Air Quality and London Traffic noise.
Other location information is available via the Find a Service function. This uses a Google Map to display services near a given location.
Other organisations also provide information about Barnet through maps. In particular, a wealth of data is available at GLA constituency, ward and lower super output level (LSOA) from the Greater London Authority via the London Datastore.