WEST HILL VILLAGE MAP


Both residents and visitors will quickly notice that West Hill has very few house numbers, with the majority of homes addressed by name and street.  This can cause issues and delays, especially with deliveries. With the invaluable assistance of Architect, Alan Cook, the WHRA produced its first map in 2000, suitably called the Millennium Map.  This proved to be very popular, with over 1000 copies distributed.  

Over the last decade, there have been many additions to the housing stock, as well as new owners changing the name of their property, necessitating an update to the original map.  This was done in 2011 and a new version produced, with copies distributed to all WHRA members and additional copies available from the McColl’s post office and the Curious Otter in Ottery St Mary.  The map is produced on heavy quality glossy paper, is of A2 size, folded to a pocket convenience of 8¼  by 4 inches (21x10 cm).

Both versions of the map were published at no cost to the membership due to the support of local traders and services, whose details appear on the map side, and a comprehensive index of the houses and their map grid reference on the other side.

As mentioned, West Hill is a dynamic village and still growing. To accommodate this, we maintain a list of changes, which will be incorporated in the next release of the map.  This update list for the last six months can be viewed on this link.


Archived changes since 2011 are available here

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THE CURRENT MAP

Below is an electronic version of the updated West Hill Map, with its associated index link here.

Hover your cursor over map to get magnified image, zoom in/out with mouse wheel.

In the index (if your browser supports it) Ctrl/F on the keyboard will open a search box to rapidly locate the required house, thus providing the map coordinates to find the property on the new updated map.  It is also useful to find the name of a house by entering the map coordinates, hence locating the property name.


Map Index