Land use statistics (Generalised Land Use Database)

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★★★★★  Linked data - data URIs and linked to other data (e.g. RDF)
★★★★☆  Linkable data - served at URIs (e.g. RDF)
★★★☆☆  Structured data in open format (e.g. CSV)
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Score updated: 18/03/2018
Open Data Certificate: Bronze Level
Towns & Cities

A classification has been developed which allocates all identifiable land features on Ordnance Survey MasterMap into nine simplified land categories and an additional 'unclassified' category. These are: domestic buildings, non-domestic buildings, roads, paths, rail, gardens (domestic), green space, water, other land uses (largely hardstanding), and unclassified Source: Communities and Local Government (CLG): Data & Statistics Infrastructure (DSI) Division Publisher: Neighbourhood Statistics Geographies: Output Area (OA), Lower Layer Super Output Area (LSOA), Middle Layer Super Output Area (MSOA), Local Authority District (LAD), Government Office Region (GOR), National Geographic coverage: England Time coverage: 2001, 2005 Type of data: Administrative data

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Data Resources (1)

Overall data links in Zipped CSV and XLS format

Additional Information

Added to 09/02/2010
Theme Towns & Cities
Themes (secondary) Mapping
Geographic coverage England
Precision The data is presented in thousands of metres squared (000m2), to 2 decimal places. The statistics are therefore accurate to the nearest 10m2. Where there is no area of a given land type, a zero is shown in the cell. Where the area of a particular land type is not zero, but is less than 5m2, this is shown by a dash (-) in the cell.
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