Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority

Yorkshire Dales National Park INSPIRE Web Map Service

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Web Service, OGC Web Map Service 1.3.0
Keywords
WMS
Fees
NONE
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This data is delivered under the Ordnance Survey INSPIRE End User Licence. http://tinyurl.com/OS-INSPIRE-End-User-Licence and use is subject to the following acknowledgement: Contains Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority data copyright YDNPA [year].
Supported languages
eng
Data provider

Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority (unverified)

Contact information:

IT Officer (GIS)

Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority

Work:
Colvend, Hebden Road, Grassington, BD23 5LB Skipton, UK

Email: 

Phone: 0300 456 0030

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Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority INSPIRE WMS Service Use of this data is subject to the terms and conditions located at http://tinyurl.com/OS-INSPIRE-End-User-Licence © Crown copyright and database rights 2013 Ordnance Survey 100023740

Available map layers (17)

YDNPA habitat map (YDNPA habitat map)

The Yorkshire Dales National Park 2015 habitat map is an aggregation of habitat data collected during numerous surveys, mostly commissioned by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority. The main survey types were National Vegetation Classification (NVC) (carried out between 2003-06), in-house Farm Environment Plan (FEP) for agri-environment schemes (carried out between 2004-2014) and Phase 1 (carried out between 1980-87). This is the habitat map information fixed at Feb 2015.

YDNPA article 4 directions (ydnpa_article_4)

The aim of an Article 4 Direction is to encourage the retention of high quality architectural features and to preserve and enhance the character and appearance of the built heritage. The extent of areas covered by Article 4 Directions in the Yorkshire Dales National Park are recorded as polygons.

YDNPA Housing development boundaries - Key service centres (ydnpa_hdb2013_key_centres)

Identifies the limits to new house building. Yorkshire Dales Housing Development Plan 2013

YDNPA Housing development boundaries - Service villages (ydnpa_hdb2013_service_villages)

Identifies the limits to new house building. Yorkshire Dales Housing Development Plan 2013

YDNPA Housing development boundaries - Site locations (ydnpa_hdb2013_site_locations)

Identifies land allocated for new house building. Yorkshire Dales Housing Development Plan 2013

YDNPA Housing development boundaries - Small villages (ydnpa_hdb2013_small_villages)

Identifies the limits to the conversion of buildings to housing. Yorkshire Dales Housing Development Plan 2013

YDNPA Land and property owned (ydnpa_land_and_property_owned)

Areas of land owned by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority. Digitised using Land Registry maps / deeds. Includes car parks, buildings and areas of land.

YDNP landscape character areas (ydnpa_landscape_character_areas)

The Yorkshire Dales National Park Landscape Character Assessment was carried out by consultants with input from National Park staff, and was completed in 2001. It was undertaken in order to provide the National Park Authority with an objective and independent assessment of landscape character in the Park. The Assessment identifies 40 distinct landscape units, reflecting individual dales and upland watersheds. Each of these distinct areas is classified and described, having regard to overall landscape character and to the key characteristics that build that character. At a broader level there are summary descriptions of the landscape character of the Yorkshire Dales as a whole and of the main physical, historic and cultural influences that have shaped the Dales and given it its particular identity. The Landscape Character Assessment was endorsed by the Authority in March 2002, and has been used subsequently to inform a range of policies and projects within the National Park. The GIS layer was created to show the boundary of each of the 40 landscape units. The Data behind these MapInfo boundaries shows “area_name” (eg. “Langstrothdale”), “area_no” (e.g. “31”), “area_ha” (e.g. “522”) and “notes” (e.g. “Wharfedale & Littondale”).

YDNPA Local Plan Policy E1 -“ Employment land (ydnpa_local_plan_2006_employment_sites)

Shows land allocated for employment development. Yorkshire Dales Local Plan 2006

YDNPA Local Plan Policy B5 – Important open space (ydnpa_local_plan_2006_open_spaces)

Shows land currently protected from development Yorkshire Dales Local Plan 2006

YDNPA Local Plan Policy NE1 – Open upland (ydnpa_local_plan_2006_open_upland)

Protects areas of moorland and open upland from development Yorkshire Dales Local Plan 2006

YDNPA Local Plan Policy TA6 – Former railway line (ydnpa_local_plan_2006_railprotect)

Protects the route of the former trackbed from development Yorkshire Dales Local Plan 2006

YDNPA Local Plan Policy TA7 – Settle-Carlisle railway station (ydnpa_local_plan_2006_railstations)

Shows land and buildings protected for railway related uses alongside the Settle Carlisle railway. Yorkshire Dales Local Plan 2006

YDNPA Local Plan Policy SR1 - Sport and recreation (ydnpa_local_plan_2006_recreation)

Allocates land adjacent to Hawes for a swimming pool use. Yorkshire Dales Local Plan 2006

YDNPA Local Plan Policy C3 - Retail centre (ydnpa_local_plan_2006_retail)

Allocates parts of the ground floor key service centres of Hawes, Reeth, Grassington and Sedbergh for retail uses. Yorkshire Dales Local Plan 2006

YDNPA Tree preservation orders (ydnpa_tpo)

A tree preservation order (TPO) is an order made by the local authority, in this case the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority, on a tree or number of trees that makes it an offence to carry out any work, e.g. cut down, top, lop, up root, wilfully damage or wilfully destroy a protected tree, without the Authority’s prior written consent. Cutting the roots of a protected tree is also potentially damaging and will require the Authority’s consent. TPO’s take the form of an individual tree preservation order, a group TPO, an area TPO or a woodland TPO. A typical TPO would be served on tree or number of trees which are of significance to the local environment whilst providing a benefit to the public through visual amenity. The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority has powers to serve TPO’s under the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and the Town and Country (Tree Preservation) (England) Regulations 2012, and by Law, written consent must be given by the local authority before works to a tree with a preservation order can take place.

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