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  • Created 12 days ago

    MCIL 2 charging area boundaries

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    This page contains the spatial boundaries from the Mayor's Community Infrastructure Levy 2019 (known as MCIL 2), which replaces MCIL 1 on 1st April 2019. The following can be downloaded:: Image files of Central London and Isle of Dogs charging areas and the MCIL 2 charging bands MCIL 2 Central London charging area shape file for use in ArcMap or other GIS software MCIL 2 Isle of Dogs charging area shape file for use in ArcMap or other ...
  • Updated 16 days ago

    Planning permissions on the London Development Database (LDD)

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    The London Development Database (LDD) records significant planning permissions in London. The data is entered by London's planning authorities, and is checked by the GLA to ensure consistency across London. The LDD records any planning consent that permits one or more of the following: any new build residential units any loss or gain of residential units through change of use or conversion of existing dwellings creation of seven o...
  • Updated a month ago

    London Plan Business Improvement Districts

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    A Business Improvement District (BID) is a defined area within which local businesses are required to pay an additional levy. The collected tax will be invested locally to fund projects within the district's boundaries. The BID is often funded primarily through the levy but can also draw on other public and private funding streams. There are currently 58 London BIDs with new ones being developed every year. Note: The dataset was create...
  • Updated 3 months ago

    London Plan Opportunity Areas

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    Opportunity Areas are London’s major source of brownfield land with significant capacity for new housing, commercial and other development linked to existing or potential improvements to public transport accessibility. Typically they can accommodate at least 5,000 jobs or 2,500 new homes or a combination of the two, along with other supporting facilities and infrastructure. The Opportunity Area Planning Frameworks report sets out the b...
  • Created 6 months ago

    London Plan AMR14 Tables and Data

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    The London Plan Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) 14 covers the period from 1st April 2016 to 31st March 2017. It provides information about progress being made in implementing the policies and addressing the objectives of the London Plan 2016 by showing how London is performing against the 24 Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) identified in Chapter 8 of the Plan. Chapter 3 of the AMR provides additional performance measures and statistics....
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Mayoral Development Corporation Boundary

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    GIS files showing the boundary of the new Mayoral Development Corporation following the consultation period from February to April 2011. Data is available in either ESRI shapefile or MapInfo TAB format.
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Areas for Intensification Points (London Plan Consultation 2009)

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    Areas identified in the London Plan Consultation 2009 as having significant potential for increases in residential, employment and other uses through development of sites at higher densities with more mixed and intensive use but at a level below that which can be achieved in the Opportunity Areas. Each area is represented as a point. This data is subject to change and should be checked with the relevant Local Authority before use. Clic...
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Central Activities Zone Boundary (London Plan Consultation 2009)

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    The Central Activities Zone (CAZ) as shown in the London Plan Consultation 2009, not finalized and therefore provided for illustrative use only. The CAZ is the area where planning policy recognises the importance of strategic finance, specialist retail, tourist and cultural uses and activities, as well as residential and more local functions. Use with caution as there is a risk that planning decisions could be based a boundary that has...
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Inner and Outer London Boundaries (London Plan Consultation 2009)

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    Inner and Outer London as defined in the London Plan Consultation 2009, represented as two polygons and based on Borough boundaries. One of several different versions of inner and outer London. Click here to visit the London Plan pages
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Sub-regions (London Plan Consultation 2009)

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    GLA sub-region boundaries as defined in the London Plan Consultation 2009. Created by merging borough boundaries into the following five sub regions: Central, North, East, South and West. Note that these sub-regions differ from those defined in the 2004 London Plan and the 2008 document 'The London Plan: Consolidated with Alterations since 2004'. • Central: Camden, City, Islington, Kensington & Chelsea, Lambeth, Southwark, Westminster....