Level 3 3D Models of London

Custom Level 3 High Detail 3D Model of London are accurate to 15 cm in all axis. Captured from the latest 2016 High-Res imagery, these models are available for sites anywhere within the M25. In Central London (map) we also offer 3D models in 1/4 square kilometer Tiles.

London Level 3 models are accurate to 15 cm in all axis and captured from the latest 2016 High-Res imagery. Buildings are captured with correct roof shapes and all features such as chimneys, parapet walls or dormer windows. Terrain is separated into land use categories. Trees locations (captured with correct height and canopy width) are also included.

The 3D Models are available in AutoCad solid .DWG, SketchUp .SKP and .FBX files for easy editing. Available on a 5 year, company-wide multiple use licence.

Level 3 Models Specification

  • 0.25 km sq Central London Tiles only £500 + VAT

  • 0.1 km sq Custom 3D Models from £500 + VAT

  • Manually captured from latest 2016 Aerial Survey

  • 15 cm accuracy

  • 3D model with all roof structures accurately captured

  • Accurate & Separated Terrain

  • 5 year company-wide multiple use licence

  • Easy to use, available in SKP, CAD, FBX formats

  • 3D Print ready

Latest Source Aerial Imagery

The High Detail 3D Model is manually captured using stereo photogrammetry. The source photography and its associated data is from the latest high-res 12.5cm GSD imagery collected in September 2016. This gives the user the confidence that the most recent additions to the London skyline are included in the 3D model.

Accurately Captured Buildings

Level 3 Model buildings are accurate to 15cm in all axis. Using aerial stereo photogrammetry, all roofs features and structures are precisely manually captured with correct shapes and slopes. Vertical walls of buildings in our Level 3 3D models are made as downwards extensions of roof structures. If facade detail is required, customers can purchase Level 4 models with 20% discount.

Accurately Captured Terrain

The terrain in the Level 3 3D Model of London is not flat. It is manually captured using the same manual photogrammetry method as buildings and is accurate to 20cm in all axis at curb level.

Terrain is separated into land use categories such as roads, man-made surfaces, greenspaces and water body. 

3D data structured in Layers

3D Models of London in Level 3 are structured in Layers. Level 3 Buildings are on one layer, terrain model is separated in layers such as Roads, Man-made surfaces, Greenspaces and Water body, but also Bridges, Embankment Walls and River Structures. Last layer in this dataset is the Trees layer.

Future Skyline Layer Included

Future Skyline Layer is a product available to our Wide Area 3D Model of London subscribers. We collect information from planning portals and turn submitted drawings into a massing 3D Model which best represents planned development. Now also included with qualifying Level 3 Tiles orders.

Future Skyline Layer is available for Nine Elms / Battersea, Southbank, Blackfriers, City of London and Canary Wharf.

Variety of File formats

Level 3 3D models are delivered in AutoCad Solid DWG, SketchUp SKP and Filmbox FBX formats for easy editing that suits most workflows. The 3D Model is easy to import into Revit, 3D Studio Max, Maya or Cinema 4D. 

Company-wide Multi-use Licence

We put as few restrictions on how you can use our 3D models as possible. Our End User Licence Agreement is easy to understand and allows anybody in your company to use the data over and over again for 5 full years.

Central London Level 3 Tiles

Available for sites anywhere within Central London 40 km2, Level 3 High Detail 3D Models of London in OS Tiles offers affordable & modular 3D models of London with fast delivery. Captured from the latest 2016 High-Res imagery, Level 3 London Tiles are accurate to 15 cm in all axis. 

Fast Same-Day Delivery

Our library of Central London Level 3 models in OS Tiles allows us to deliver 3D Models on the same day as ordered. Applies to all tiles within Central London (see mapin AutoCAD Solid, FBX or SketchUp formats.

Great Value for Money

The unique Tile structure in combination with efficient production means that our Level 3 Central London Models are almost 1/3 cheaper than comparable 3D models from our competitors.

0.25 km2 Tile: £500 + VAT
1 km2 Model (4 Tiles): £2,000 + VAT

Modular 3D London Models

Level 3 Tiles are modular with Base 3D Model of London and Level 2 London Tiles. That means that you can mix and match various 3D models to best fit your needs and budget. Most common use is the combination of Base 3D Model for wide area context and Level 3 Tiles for sites that require more detail and accuracy. 

3D Print Ready data

The High Detail 3D Model is made with high-end 3D printing in mind. Files are easy to print using most office and professional 3D Printers. Because the 3D Model is structured in tiles, you can easily build larger models using printers with smaller build volume. 

Custom Level 3 3D Models

Level 3 Custom 3D Models of London can be produced for sites anywhere withing M25. Ideal for areas outside of Central London or for Central London areas which fall between tiles. Rapidly captured to order from 2016 High-Res imagery, Custom Level 3 London models are accurate to 15 cm in all axis.

To send us a Quote request simply follow this link, draw an area on a map and send it our way. We aim to come back to you within couple of hours.

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0.1 km2 3D Model, Croydon

Custom Level 3 Model minimum order size example. Captured from 2016 imagery, this Level 3 3D model of an area of Central Croydon was produced for Rights to Light and Daylight & Sunlight assessment.

Delivery time: 5 working days
Cost: £500 + VAT

1.47 km2 3D Model, Wembley

Large Custom Level 3 Model for local master plan. Captured from 2016 imagery, this Level 3 3D model of West London includes Wembley Arena. Because of it’s size the 3D Model was discounted by 20%.

Delivery time: 15 working days
Cost discounted by 20%: £5,880 + VAT

Frequently Asked Questions:

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How to chose the right 3D Model

The way our customers use the 3D models is almost always unique and the 3D model they chose depends on many factors beside budgets and required accuracy. The best way to fully evaluate our 3D models is to download sample.

Level 2 3D Model:

Mostly used in architectural competitions, context for BIM models, backgrounds for architectural visualisation, CGI, info animations, initial planning proposals, wider area 3D printing, home 3D printing, games and mobile application requiring low-poly models.

Level 3 3D Model:

Mostly used in planning, environmental and building consultancy services, development proposals, wind studies, context for architectural and BIM models, real estate, marketing, high-end architectural visualisation, CGI, animations & High-End 3D printing.