The best properties, in the best locations, to buy or develop, either on- or off-market


Values, analyse supply & demand, anticipate physical, environmental and planning constraints 


With land owners, active buyers or sellers, contact active local agents and canvas the best occupiers


Your ideas into great profits by optimising your projects and maximising your returns

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Great property decisions start with great insight.

Today you need access to quality, up to date and trusted information to find the best opportunities and make the best property decisions.
Nimbus® Maps is both a FREE and subscription software service created by property professionals for everyone, whether you are a private developer and investor or full-time property professional.
Not only do we give you easy access to great insight, our mission is to show you how best to use it, tapping into our founders’ decades of property investment, development and legal experience via our range of interactive and comprehensive training resources and events.

Making investing in and developing property simpler for you

Over 1,000 different data sources can be linked to each property address giving you access to unprecedented quality information, beautifully visualised on Google Maps, Bing Maps and Ordnance Survey Maps, or downloadable in Excel and pdf files.

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Nimbus® Maps key differences

Covers both commercial and residential land and property

Great value, uses technology and automation to drive down costs

No sales team, no commissions, no pressure. Simple pricing for all.

Training and support built from decades of property experience

“We believe that making property information more widely available to everyone will create greater social and economic benefits, helping build more houses, create new jobs and build better places for our families.”

Simon & Paul Davis

“Data is driving fundamental changes in our daily lives and in the economy. The ability to make easy data-driven decisions is becoming vital to the way that we all live and work. This should be the way that government provides services.”


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