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  • OPEN DATA

    An Article 4 Direction is a statement made under The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Scotland) Amendment Order 2011. The Direction, made by a local...

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    2024-04-25

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  • OPEN DATA

    Under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) (Scotland) Act 1997 a local authority may determine which parts of its area are of special architectural or historic...

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    2024-07-09

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  • OPEN DATA

    There are many areas where the scenery is highly valued locally and local authorities often give these landscapes a local designation. This is to ensure that the landscape is...

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    2024-07-11

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  • OPEN DATA

    Local nature conservation sites (LNCS) is a non-statutory designation given by local authorities to areas of locally important nature and landscapes. NatureScot, on behalf of...

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    2024-07-12

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  • OPEN DATA

    Local nature reserves are areas of (at least) locally important natural heritage, designated and managed by local authorities to give people better opportunities to learn about...

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    2024-07-15

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  • NOT OPEN

    Under The Town & Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1990 and The Town and Country Planning (Technical Sites) (Scotland) Direction 2003 and Scottish Executive Planning Circular...

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    2023-11-17

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  • NOT OPEN

    SGN create 4 separate data layers (by pressure tier) to depict the location of their gas network: LP - Low Pressure (19 mbar - 75 mbar) MP - Medium Pressure (75mbar - 2 bar) IP...

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    2024-05-02

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  • OPEN DATA

    Whilst TPOs are a legal requirement they may not always be digitised accurately. Users of this data should not assume this data is totally accurate and should consult the...

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    2024-04-29

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