Find Place With Radius

You select a type of place, a radius and address to centre your search. The map will then show where each place is and list the names below the map.

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Description

This tool can be used to find a certain type of business, shop or store within a particular range of a central location.

Instructions

  1. Select a type of place to search for
  2. Select a radius to search within ... 1km, 5km, 10km, 20km or 50km
  3. Select a centre point
  4. Click Search
  5. Once the search is complete, you can click on a marker of a result to find more deatils

Notes

The search radius has a limit of 50km. This cannot be increased.

Version History

  • 1st July 2016: 1.7 - You can now find the address of places found by clicking/tapping on the marker
  • 18th July 2016: Version 1.6 - Bug Fix Download KML File
  • 25th June 2016: Version 1.5 - Download KML File function added
  • 30th March 2016: Version 1.4 - If you keep the loction textbox blank, it will try to determine you current location and use it
  • 30th March 2016: Version 1.3 - New option to link to the result so you can share it with others
  • 6th January 2016: Version 1.2 - Multiple types now supported
  • 24th September 2015: Version 1.1 - New option to toggle between miles and KM
  • 23rd April 2015: Version 1.0 - Initial Version
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Previous Comments For This Page

Great tool
On 25th October 2016

where i can get code for search specific location within certain radius using this?? which will only not display map but restrict map to search(autocomplete) within only specific location within certain radius
On 21st July 2016

hey.thanks for reply. where i can get the exact code for this.
By vaishali on 21st July 2016

Perfect; thank you!
By Alex on 21st July 2016

Hi, yes, you can input the location name and radius size. The radius has set values to choose from.
By Free Map Tools on 19th July 2016

can we search specific location within certain radius using this??
On 18th July 2016

Thanks for the feedback. There has been an update to fix a bug with KML download.
By Free Map Tools on 18th July 2016

After playing around with it for a bit, I see that it only seems to work when you don't write in a location (i.e. when you let it determine your location automatically)
On 14th July 2016

Thank you for adding the KML functionality. It doesn't seem to work for me either, however. I've tried it with Chrome and Safari, with no success.
On 14th July 2016

Shelly, this is the way it works currently, but finding the address is something we are looking to add.
By Free Map Tools on 30th June 2016

Hi Re "KML doesn't work when I click on it. ", can you confirm which browser you are using please?
By Free Map Tools on 30th June 2016

KML doesn't work when I click on it.
On 30th June 2016

A locations but it won't let me open up the locations to get the addresses
By Shelly on 30th June 2016

KML download has now been added.
By Free Map Tools on 25th June 2016

Hi, i'd be wrong to say there is a timeline, but given your comments it will get pushed up the to-do list. Watch this space ....
By Free Map Tools on 24th June 2016

No worries. Fantastic tool regardless. Any timeline on when the KML export function might come online?
On 24th June 2016

Alex, sorry this function has been discontinued but the documentation didn't make that clear. I will add a strikethrough to the text. Sorry Again.
By Free Map Tools on 24th June 2016

"6th January 2016: Version 1.2 - Multiple types now supported" How do I get the map to show more than one type?
By Alex on 23rd June 2016

The Sutherlands Lumber Yard. 5 mile radius including all hardware stores, lumber yards, and big box hardware retailers in that area.
By Parker New on 31st May 2016

Chuck, thanks for all your feedback and taking the time to explain things. We got there in the end! If you could share this page with others (Facebook/Twitter/other...) it would be greatly appreciated.
By Free Map Tools on 24th March 2016

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