Dundee City Council
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Geographical catchment areas for schools operated by Dundee City Council, used in conjunction with the authorities enrolment procedures when assigning pupils to primary and secondary schools.
All effective and non effective housing sites from Dundee City Council Housing Land Audit have been spatially recorded since 1997. The Housing Land Audit (HLA) provides a factual statement of land supply of housing sites with a capacity of 5 units or more.Sites with less than 5 units are still recorded and added as an aggregate to the total Housing Land Audit supply.'Effective' sites are those which Dundee City Council expect to be developed within the next five years from date of application. Effective sites also include those allocated within the Local Development Plan (LDP).
Catchment areas of all mainstream schools within the Dundee City Council administrative boundary. Catchments are available for Primary and Secondary, Denominational and Nondenominational schools. Catchment areas are used to help place children resident in that area into their catchment school. Children are allocated Priority 1 status for their catchment school. Other children not resident in that catchment area are required to make a placing request for entry into that school. Catchments updated to reflect changes outlined in Education Committee reports 175-2015, 177-2015 and 176-2015 which come into effect in 2016.
Community Council boundaries as established by Dundee City Council under the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973. This dataset includes all wards in the City, whether an active Community Council has been formed or not.
Planning applications currently open for consultation, as published in the Council's weekly list.
Part 1, Section 17 of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act requires Local Authorities to provide a system of core paths that are sufficient for the purpose of giving the public reasonable access throughout their area. This data set contains information on the Dundee Core Paths as agreed by the City Council in 2009.
Buildings are listed by Historic Scotland for their special architectural or historic interest on behalf of the Scottish Government. The aim of listing such buildings is to protect or enhance their special character by affording them statutory protection. The principles for listing buildings are fairly complex and there is no right of appeal against the Scottish Governments decision to list a property. Listed buildings are listed in 3 categories - A, B and C. Category A listed buildings are of national or international importance. Category B listed buildings are of regional importance. Category C buildings are of local importance. A building¿s listing covers its interior, exterior and ¿any object or structure fixed to a building¿ or which falls within the curtilage of such a building, forming part of the land since before 1 July 1948.
Dundee is covered by a network of 21 Smoke Control Areas, established under Section 18 of the Clean Air Act 1993. Under the Clean Air Act 1993, it is an offence to emit smoke from a chimney of any building in a smoke control area. It is also an offence to burn solid fuel in a home or other premises unless the fuel is: * an 'authorised smokeless fuel' (standard house coal and wood are not authorised fuels); or * burnt in an 'exempt appliance'.
Download service providing access to Dundee City Council GIS layers.
The Scottish Vacant and Derelict Land Survey (SVDLS) is a survey undertaken to establish the extent and state of vacant and derelict land in Scotland. The survey has been operating since 1988 and is managed by the Scottish Government Communities Analytical Services. Most Councils submit data annually with the Survey base date of 31st March. The data collected provides an invaluable source of information relating to vacant and derelict sites and assists in reinforcing and justifying national policy established to bring about the re-use and regeneration of these land resources. Dundee City Council conduct an annual survey where potential sites, identified in the preceding 6 months by Dundee City Council, are assessed for possible inclusion on the Scottish Vacant & Derelict Land register for that year. During the survey any site that has been redeveloped or regenerated are removed from the register and reported to Scottish Government. Scottish Government also provide Vacant & Derelict Land Funding (VDLF) to qualifying local authorities to facilitate the regeneration of land.