Green Belt - Scotland

A council development plan may designate a green belt around a city or town to support the spatial strategy by: - directing development to the most appropriate locations and supporting regeneration; - protecting and enhancing the character, landscape setting and identity of the settlement; and - protecting and providing access to open space.

This dataset has been developed as a polygon layer.

Data


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Data Provided by

Improvement Service

License

UK Open Government Licence (OGL)

Metadata Created

2021-06-11

Metadata Updated

2024-07-09

alternative_name

grnblt

lineage

This dataset was amalgamated, optimised and published by the Spatial hub. The following quality assurance checks and corrections are carried out on the data: - Polygons are not dissolved/ aggregated by key name and local authority. - The minimum polygon area allowed in the data is 100 square metres - Checks for invalid geometry types - The maximum angle for any spikes is 3 degrees - Any duplicate geometry is removed from the data Please contact spatialhub@improvementservice.org.uk for more details.

ssdi_link

www.spatialdata.gov.scot

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annually