Every building contains radon (Rn) but the levels are usually low. The chances of a higher level depend on the type of ground. Public Health England and the BGS have published a map showing where high levels are more likely.
The darker the colour the greater the chance of a higher level of Rn. The chance is less than one home in a hundred in the white areas and greater than one in three in the darkest areas.
Enter this address into your WMS client: https://map.bgs.ac.uk/arcgis/services/GeoIndex_Onshore/radon/MapServer/WmsServer
The service supports the British National Grid and lat/long WGS84 coordinate systems and the data is visible when zoomed in between 1:100 000 and 1:25 000 scale.
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