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Vacant and Derelict Land (inspire:SVDLS_2016)
Vacant and Derelict land in Dundee City, as identified for the Scottish Vacant and Derelict Land Survey.
Current Planning Applications (inspire:SV_CURRENT_PLANNING_APPS)
Current Planning Application boundaries from the weekly list provided for the purpose of consultation. Note that not all planning applications have an extent associated with them so for a complete list of applications please consult the linked list.
Polling Stations (inspire:SV_POLLING_STATIONS)
A Polling Place is the building or area in which polling stations are contained. Local Authorities designate polling places by virtue of Section 18B of The Representation of the People Act 1983 and are reviewed every 5 years along with the Polling Districts. A polling station is the room or area within the polling place where voting takes place. Polling Stations are chosen by the Returning Officer under the election rules for that particular election.
Community Council Wards (inspire:COMMUNITY_COUNCILS)
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.
Listed Buildings (inspire:LISTEDBUILDINGS)
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.
Smoke Control Areas (inspire:SMOKE_CONTROL_AREAS)
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'.
Neighbourhood Representative Structure (inspire:NEIGHBOURHOODREPSTRUCTURE)
Operational Property (inspire:SV_OPERATIONAL_PROPERTY)
Operational Property of Dundee City Council, Leisure and Culture Dundee and some partner organisations. Note that this dataset includes property that is both owned and leased by the authority.
Secondary School Catchments (inspire:SCHOOL_CATCHMENTS_SECONDARY)
Geographical catchment areas for schools operated by Dundee City Council, used in conjunction with the authorities enrolment procedures when assigning pupils to secondary schools.
Parks and Open Spaces (inspire:V_PARKS_MAINTENANCE_SITES)
Parks and other public open spaces maintained by Dundee City Council Environment Department.
Alcohol Prohibition Areas (inspire:ALCOHOL_PROHIBITION_AREAS)
The consumption of alcohol is prohibited in public places within the area identified, as detailed in the "Dundee City Council Prohibition of Consumption of Alcohol in Designated Public Places Byelaws 1999".
Education Facilities (inspire:SV_INSPIRE_SCHOOLS)
Primary and Secondary schools operated by Dundee City Council
Play Areas (inspire:V_Play_Areas)
Location of play areas either within the Dundee City Council area, or owned by Dundee City Council.
Primary School Catchments (inspire:SCHOOL_CATCHMENTS_PRIMARY)
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.
Bus Stops (inspire:Bus Stops)
Bus stops within the city, including both physical and hail&ride stops.
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).
Conservation Areas (inspire:CONSERVATIONAREAS)
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. Conservation Areas are areas of special architectural and/or historic interest, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance. 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.
Polling Districts (inspire:SV_POLLING_DISTRICTS)
A Polling District is a geographical area created by the sub-division of a a UK Parliamentary Constituency for the purposes of a UK Parliamentary Election. Local Authorities create polling districts by virtue of Section 18A of The Representation of the People Act 1983. They are reviewed every 5 years (Section 18C and Schedule A1 refers). All electors within a polling district vote at the same polling place.
Tree Preservation Orders (inspire:TPO_BOUNDARY)
Tree Preservation Orders are made by a Planning Authority under Section 160 of the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 as amended by the Planning etc (Scotland) Act 2006 and within the procedures set out in the Town and Country Planning (Tree Preservation Order and Trees in Conservation Areas) (Scotland) Regulations 2011. They are an effective means of protecting individual trees, groups of trees or woodlands whose removal would have significant impact on the public amenity of an area. Where protection is given by a TPO, prior consent in writing is required from the Council to carry out any work on the trees. It is an offence to cut down, lop, top, uproot or wilfully damage or destroy a protected tree without the Council’s permission. An owner wishing to carry out work on a tree must apply online at the Scottish Government’s e-planning system at https://eplanning.scotland.gov.uk/WAM/.
Core Paths (inspire:COREPATHS)
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.