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This dataset is an amalgamation of all Scottish Community Asset Registers based (partly) on previous ePIMS submissions.
This dataset is a product of the Land Transaction layer within ForesterWeb used for maintaining estate transactions in Scotland. Legal boundary relates to the estate extent held in ForesterWeb, that is used to interrogate and maintain estate transactions by Forest Research on behalf of Forestry and Land Scotland. Attributes; OBJECTID Shape FORESTDIST Shape_Length Shape_Area
This dataset is a product of the Land Transaction layer within ForesterWeb used for maintaining estate transactions. Ownership relates estates acquisitions held in ForesterWeb, that is used to interrogate and maintain estate transactions by Forest Research on behalf of Forestry and Land Scotland. Attributes; OBJECTID Shape SIGN_DATE TITLE Shape_Length Shape_Area
A recreation area feature which is managed and has a physical boundary (e.g. a car park, play area or building). There are a number of Asset Types..... Vehicle - Purpose built and installed FC asset, or regularly used natural feature, which has management activity and investment (e.g. Car park, layby, woodland bays). Visitor area - Purpose built and installed FC asset, which has management activity and investment (e.g. BBQ area, picnic, education, events, arboretum). Sports - Purpose built and installed FC asset (or sub-let), which has management activity and investment (e.g. Archery, bike park, ropes course, GoApe, climbing). Building - Purpose built and installed FC asset, which has management activity and investment. Visitor centre, toilet, cycle hire, catering, shelter, retail outlet. Play - FC area designated for play activities, which has management activity and investment (Deb building, play area, paddling). Accommodation - Purpose built and installed FC asset, which has management activity and investment (e.g. Camp site, cabin site, caravan site, wild camp area). Ponds/Lakes - Natural or man-made feature, which has management activity and investment (Natural, fishing, model boats, duck flighting). Concert - FC area designated for concert activities, which has management activity and investment (Stage, backstage, viewing area). Additionally these asset types are expanded on using a range of Asset Subtypes.... Car Park Layby BBQ Area Picnic Archery Bike Park Water Sports Visitor Centre Toilet Cycle Hire Information Office Wildlife Hide Heritage building Shelter Den Building Play Area - Formal Play Area - Wild Paddling Camp Site Cabin Site Caravan site Natural Fishing Model Boars Duck Flighting Stage Back stage Viewing Area Woodland Bays Events Go Ape Climbing Education Ropes courses Catering Forest Classroom Retail Outlet Arboretum Memorial Trees Wild Camp Area
Town centres and other retail centres are defined by local authorities to meet the requirement of Scottish Planning Policy (paragraph 61) to identify town centres and other retail locations as part of a network of centres to support retail type development in the most appropriate locations. This network of centres forms part of the sequential test in assessing retail planning applications, which should be located firstly in town centres, then in other retail centres or edge-of-centre sites, so the dataset provides key locational information in assisting retail planning and policies. These centres may be defined in local development plans in the first instance.
This dataset is a product of the Deeds Management System. Estates, Forest Planning, Mapping & GeoData and ESRI (UK) Ltd have developed the Deed Management Extension.
The heat demand is an amalgamation of a number of different spatial datasets that have associated heat demand values. The map has been developed on the principle of applying data with increasing levels of certainty and overlaying and replacing individual property heat demand values. The heat demand layer is made up of a number of rasters which depict this demand in different ways. The heat demand rasters present a visualisation of the heat demand density by showing total demand within grid squares. These are shown at various grid sizes (50x50, 250x250, 500x500 and 1000x1000). The Scotland Heat Map is supported by a number of documents including users guidance which is available at http://www.scotland.gov.uk/heatmap 2.1 Methodology report 2.2 Manual 2.3 Metadata 2.4 Local knowledge validation & improvement process 2.5 Data management 2.6 Limitations and protections for data use and analysis 2.7 Scotland heat map – interactive and local web
A survey issued by the Scottish Government to establish the extent & state of vacant & derelict land in Scotland. Local Authorities return data to the Scottish Government for checking.
This download service provides spatial data relating to heat demand published by the Scottish Government.
Housing Land Audit Sites. Annual assessment of the housing land supply. Spatial and non-spatial data derived from planning applications.