It will be pretty standard, I can tell you that. I have a Belgium collection in a Davo album, and the stamps it provides spaces for are all the usual ones -- pretty much in chronological order. Using the Scott catalogue works fine. I'm not aware of which catalog Davo uses to layout their album pages, but they are Dutch publishing company, if that helps. An email to them would answer that question, if that's what you'd like to know. I don't believe they include spaces for lots of varieties, color shades you can hardly tell apart, tiny differences no normal person would ever notice, and so on, as in some other albums (thank goodness!).
There are separate pages for souvenir sheets, semi-postals and air mails (and officials, parcel post, or whatever else a country might issue that's not regular postage) which can be left at the "back of the book," if you wish. I move mine to the chronological location where they belong so my entire album is chronological. Check the Davo website for more information. It's in English. You might browse eBay
or just google "Davo Great Britain pages" to see some samples.
They're very nice albums -- if you get used to the very bright white paper they use! After using an album with more muted pages like a Scott album, It always takes my eyes a moment or two to adjust to the searing white Davo uses!