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    OpenStreetMap

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    OpenStreetMap (openstreetmap.org) is a global collaborative mapping project, which offers maps and map data released with an open license, encouraging free re-use and re-distribution. The data is created by a large community of volunteers who use a variety of simple on-the-ground surveying techniques, and wiki-syle editing tools to collaborate as they create the maps, in a process which is open to everyone. The project originated in Lon...
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    Areas for Intensification Points (London Plan Consultation 2009)

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    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...
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    Central Activities Zone Boundary (London Plan Consultation 2009)

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    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...
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    Inner and Outer London Boundaries (London Plan Consultation 2009)

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    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
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    Sub-regions (London Plan Consultation 2009)

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    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....
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    Areas for Intensification Points (London Plan Consolidated with Alterations since 2004)

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    Areas identified in The London Plan Consolidated with Alterations since 2004 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. Each area is represented as a point. This data is subject to change and should be checked with the relevent Local Authority before use. Click here to visit the London Plan pages
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Inner and Outer London Boundaries (London Plan Consolidated with Alterations since 2004)

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    Inner and Outer London as defined in The London Plan Consolidated with Alterations since 2004, 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
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    Opportunity Area Points (London Plan Consolidated with Alterations since 2004)

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    Areas identified in The London Plan Consolidated with Alterations since 2004 as being London’s principal opportunities for accommodating large scale development to provide substantial numbers of new employment and housing, each typically more than 5,000 jobs and/or 2,500 homes, with a mixed and intensive use of land and assisted by good public transport accessibility. Each area is represented as a point. Click here to visit the London ...
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    Strategic Industrial Location Points (London Plan Consolidated with Alterations since 2004)

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    Strategic Industrial Locations (SILs) as identified in The London Plan Consolidated with Alterations since 2004. These comprise Preferred Industrial Locations and Industrial Business Parks and exist to ensure that London provides sufficient quality sites, in appropriate locations, to meet the needs of the general business, industrial, warehousing, waste management and some utilities and transport sectors. Each location is represented as...
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    Sub-regions (London Plan Consolidated with Alterations since 2004)

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    GLA sub-region boundaries as defined in The London Plan Consolidated with Alterations since 2004. Created by merging borough boundaries into five sub regions. Note that these sub-regions differ from those defined in the 2004 London Plan and the 2009 document 'The London Plan: Consultation draft replacement plan'.