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Grit Bin Locations (Moray)
The objective of the designation is to protect and enhance the Moray coast for its landscape, nature conservation, recreation and tourism benefits. The undeveloped coastline is protected through identification of a Coastal Protection Zone (CPZ) within which only certain types of development will be acceptable.
Fife has over 6,200 Listed Buildings, which is close to 10% of Scotland’s total entries on the statutory list. Listed Buildings are buildings or other structures of special architectural or historic interest compiled by Historic Scotland. They are published as an XY point theme. This dataset contains polygon features derived form OS building footprint using the point features.
Dataset provides details (Defined Policy Areas) of the FIFEplan Local Development Plan (LDP) sets out detailed policies and proposals (land use) that guide development including site specific and detailed policies which guide the day-to-day decisions made on planning applications. They seek to implement the Strategic Development Plan requirements (TAYplan and SESplan) on a site specific basis over a ten year period in Fife.
South Ayrshire Test
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.
Fife has one of the UK's most comprehensive cycling networks. Over 350 miles of sign posted cycle network includes a variety of leisure and commuting routes.Terrain varies from off road disused railway tracks to routes in forests and from networks in towns and networks in quiet country lanes.
Dataset provides details of the location and description of development (take-up) of employment land as allocated in adopted local plans for the audit period August 1st(year) to 31stJuly (year). This also includes windfall sites which are employment sites which come through the planning system and are not allocated in an adopted local plan.
Community Council Boundaries in Angus
Areas of Greatest Potential. Scottish Planning Policy states that planning authorities “should identify where there is strategic capacity for wind farms, and areas with the greatest potential for wind development”. Areas of greatest scope for further investigating the feasibility of developing wind farms. These areas have been identified on Policy Guidance maps by removing additional constraints from the spatial framework map of the areas likely to be most appropriate for wind farm development. The remaining areas which have been mapped for each development typology are the areas with the fewest constraints and therefore the greatest potential for wind farm developments.