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  • Updated 2 years ago

    Land Use by Borough and Ward

    Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG)
    Land Use Statistics by ward (Generalised Land Use Database) 2005 (Enhanced Basemap). Uses include, domestic buildings, gardens, non-domestic buildings, greenspace, paths, rail, road and water. Area is presented in Thousands of square metres ('000s m2). These are experimental Statistics - this info...
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Land Use Change for Dwellings, Borough

    Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG)
    Land use change: Proportion of new dwellings on previously developed land and density of new dwellings. Data is for four years combined for reliability. Regional data is available for single years on Communities and Local Government website. The data in the table above are based on records receive...
  • Updated 4 years ago

    Land Use - Previously Developed Land, Borough

    Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG)
    An estimate of the amount of previously-developed (or brownfield) land in England which may be available for re-development, and also an estimate of the potential number of dwellings that could be provided on this land. Available to Lower Super Outpur Area (LSOA). Download from DCLG website
  • Updated 7 months ago

    London Green and Blue Cover

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    ...ands, and features such as green roofs.  The green cover layer was created by combining classified near-infrared aerial imagery (NDVI) with land use datasets and resulted in a green cover estimate for London of between 48-51 percent. The baseline is presented as a range to account for variations in the analysis of aerial imagery. The methodology is set out in the report below and a web map created to visualise the data. The final green ...
  • Updated a month ago

    Strategic Industrial Land (SIL)

    Planning Constraints Map
    Strategic Industrial Locations (SILs) are London’s main reservoirs of industrial and related capacity. There are two types of SILs: Preferred Industrial Locations (PIL) and Industrial Business Parks (IBP). Development proposals within or adjacent to SILs should not compromise the integrity or effectiveness of these locations in accommodating industrial type activities. The GIS files show the indicative boundaries, please contact the rel...
  • Updated 6 years ago

    London Brownfield Sites Review

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    ...te The Brownfield data was handed over from LDA to the Homes and Communities Agency so that HCA could maintain it as part of the National Land Use Database (NLUD). The HCA’s online mapping site displays a points only version of NLUD from 2010 (password protected): The links to the files below will remain here as a matter of historical record. Polygons showing the boundaries of Brownfield land in London along with their addresses....
  • Updated a month ago

    Brownfield Register

    Planning Constraints Map
    Brownfield lands are areas of previously developed land available for residential and mixed-use developments. All local planning authorities are required to publish a Brownfield Land Register to encourage delivery of housing and investment in the area. Brownfield sites that are below 0.25 hectares may not be s...
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Commercial and Industrial Property Vacancy Statistics, Borough

    Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG)
    Estimated vacancy rates by percentage, for commercial and industrial properties in England. The data cover financial years and are derived from the amount of relief given by local authorities on business rates for empty properties. The data are an indicator of business activity in an area, and serve to monitor the potential for new development. Download detailed ONS metadata for this dataset. This data is no longer published. Downlo...
  • Updated a month ago

    Site Allocations

    Planning Constraints Map
    A Site Allocation means that the site is allocation for a particular type of development or use, such as housing, employment and leisure, within a development plan. Allocated sites provide guidelines for planning decisions, help to diversify use of land and promote development at borough level. The GIS files show the indicative boundaries, please contact the relevant London Borough to conf...
  • Updated 4 years ago

    MyLondon

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    My London is a new tool to help people who are moving to London for the first time or who are moving within London. It allows people to define an area or neighbourhood of interest and pulls back an uptodate range of data important to decision making when moving house.