Vacant And Derelict Land - North Ayrshire

The Scottish Vacant and Derelict Land Survey is a national data collection undertaken to establish the extent and state of vacant and derelict land in Scotland. The survey has been operating since 1988. This survey is associated with the Scottish Vacant and Derelict Land Fund, under which cash allocations are made to local authorities.

Every year the Scottish Government Communities Analytical Services produce a comprehensive national survey based on data collected and processed from all Local Authorities and Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Authority. The Spatial Hub takes this survey data and joins it (using site ID) to the polygon site information provided by local authorities.

To create this dataset we have taken all of the spatial data provided by councils for the current survey year and combined it to this year's statistical survey (using the site reference). However: - where local authorities have not provided spatial data for the current year, we have used their previous spatial data return and matched the survey data as best we can, - where there is no spatial data at all for sites we have buffered the easting and northing provided in the survey, to create the rough polygon area for a site.

Data

Data Provided by

North Ayrshire Council

License

UK Open Government Licence (OGL)

Metadata Created

2016-05-24

Metadata Updated

2022-07-04

Attribution

Business Benefit Value Added

Contacts

None

Coverage

scotland

Further Information

Management

To be updated yearly (in April) after yearly data return

Potentially Confidential

false

Quality Rating

false

Type

polygon

Typical Scale

1:10000