Land Use Statistics for 2001

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ODPM 2001 Land Use Categories 2001
Domestic Buildings 1,725 Show data context
Gardens 7,450 Show data context
Non-Domestic Buildings 814 Show data context
Road 3,750 Show data context
Rail 114 Show data context
Path 98 Show data context
Greenspace 236,277 Show data context
Water 5,152 Show data context
Other 1,831 Show data context
Not Classified 159 Show data context
Date: Source:
2001 Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, Generalised Land Use Database


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These data were published by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister on February 28th, 2005. They are limited to categories which can be identified from conventional Ordnance Survey mapping, so a very wide range of land uses are included in 'Greenspace', including all agricultural land uses and all types of open space.

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GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Dorset through time | Agriculture & Land Use Statistics | Land Use Statistics for 2001, A Vision of Britain through Time.


Date accessed: 23rd April 2014