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This dataset shows priority 1 road gritting routes, priority 1 pavement gritting routes and local priority pavement gritting routes.
Dataset provides details of the location and description of Tree Preservation Orders (TPO) covering specified individual trees or areas.TPOs protect specific trees or a particular area, group or woodland from deliberate damage and destruction. This data relates to orders in place on individual trees and areas in Fife.Felling, lopping, topping, uprooting or otherwise willful damaging of trees without the permission of the Local Planning Authority are prohibited on such trees and areas.
Landscape Character Assessment (LCA) is a recognised technique which identifies areas with a distinct composition of inter-related natural, physical, cultural and historical characteristics. A National Programme of LCAs was initiated by SNH in 1994 covering 29 regional studies carried out with local authorities and other organisations. Although the broad methodology is similar for each study (i.e. carried out in accordance with published guidance), there is not complete consistency in the naming and describing of LCTs. The 2010 Loch Lomond and the Trossachs (LLTT) LCA dataset sits alongside the National dataset, and is captured at a higher resolution. This dataset should be used in conjuction with the LLTT LCA 2010 Report.
Local Development Plan 2015 Settlement Boundaries are used for the distribution of housing and employment land across Moray as per the spatial strategy set out within the Moray Local Development Plan 2015. Settlement boundaries contain the primary, secondary and third tier settlements.
BGS offshore marine products are made available to view via this web map service. The 1:250 000 scale offshore geological maps in the UTM series (Universal Transverse Mercator projection) are available digitally as two themes: bedrock geology (DigRock250) and sea-bed sediments (DigSBS250). Marine Hard Substrate Dataset (DiGHardSubstrate250k) is also made available via this service.
Dataset showing the location of the tram line in Edinburgh
A conservation area is an area of architectural or historic value, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance. Conservation areas usually feature buildings of high architectural value. The designation is based not only on these buildings but also the overall character of an area, taking into account the layout of buildings and open spaces such as squares, private gardens, parks and designed landscapes. As well as appearance, the present and historic uses of the area are also important.
Neighbourhood Representative Structures are supported and recognised by Dundee City Council in a similar way to Community Councils, and both have a right to consultation on matters relating to their neighbourhood. This dataset shows the active neighbourhood representation that the Council consults with across the City.
Conservation Areas are areas of special architectural and/or historic interest, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance. Dundee City Council decides which parts of the City are worthy of protection for their special character as Conservation Areas, to designate such areas and ensure their future management. Within conservation areas all development proposals will be expected to preserve or enhance the character of the surrounding area. This will require the retention of all features that contribute to the character and appearance of the conservation area.
This web mapping service (WMS) contains all the layers held on Marine Scotland Maps (NMPi) portal, excluding any layers consumed from a third party WMS. Layers which are licensed only for the viewing via MS Maps may be hidden from the service.