Simplified Land Use Statistics for 2001
|ODPM 2001 Land Use Categories, simplified||2001|
|Greenspace including gardens & water||55,543|
|2001||Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, Generalised Land Use Database|
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These data are a simplified version of the statistics 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, and then further grouped into just four categories: buildings, transport (road, rail and paths), greenspace and 'other'.