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Leeds City Council
Updated 40 minutes ago

This provides data on all council housing which are currently tenanted, i.e. not empty properties. It provides details on property type, area, ward, and by post code sector. Information Please refer to the Property Type document for further guidance on what the property types descriptions mean.

Leeds City Council
Updated 4 months ago

A dataset which shows the Fixed Penalty Notices for littering issued by 3GS who are contracted by Leeds City Council. FPNs for littering issued by Council officers can be found /dataset/fixed-penalty-notices

Leeds City Council
Updated 8 months ago

The data shows information in relation to licensed Pet Shops, Breeders, Animal & Home Boarders and Horse Riding Establishments in the Leeds City Council District. Please note At the present time we have not issued any Dangerous Wild Animals licenses.

Leeds City Council
Updated 10 months ago

Effective, well maintained grids and inlets to culverts are an essential flood prevention measure. The Flood Risk Management section implements a maintenance schedule, clearing grids of debris at specific 'hot-spots'. These datasets show the schedule for clearing these grids and the actual dates when clearance took place. Information The common unique identifier for both datasets is 'Grid_ID'.

Leeds City Council
Updated a year ago

A data set which shows the conservation areas in Leeds. Conservation areas are designations made by local authorities. The boundary of a conservation area defines an area of "special architectural or historic interest" where special requirements placed on local authorities to "preserve or enhance" those areas. PAI Accuracy changes applied 13/03/2017. Note: This is a processed dataset derived from official published...

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Leeds City Council
Added a year ago

Hedgerows protected under the Hedgerow Regulations 1997. Note: only applies to hedgerows where formal consent for removal has been assessed. Note: This is a processed dataset derived from official published sources. It may contain alterations, aggregations or cleaned-up versions of data published elsewhere. Please note, this dataset may be a one-off publication and may not be updated.

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Leeds City Council
Added a year ago

Hierarchy of Nature Conservation Designation Sites:  International Sites ·       Special Area of Conservation (SAC) ·       Specially Protected Area (SPA)  National Sites ·       Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) ·       UKBAP Priority Habitats  Regional Sites ·       WYBAP Habitats  Local Sites ·       Local Wildlife Sites (LWS) ·       Local Geology Sites (LGS) ·       Candidate Local Wildlife Site (CLWS) ·       Leeds Nature Area (LNA) Note: This is a processed dataset derived from official published sources. It may contain alterations, aggregations or cleaned-up versions of data published...

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Leeds City Council
Added a year ago

The area shown on the proposals is designated as Green Belt. Adjusted to PAI (Positional Accuracy Improvement) as adopted in the Site Allocations Plan Note: This is a processed dataset derived from official published sources. It may contain alterations, aggregations or cleaned-up versions of data published elsewhere. Please note, this dataset may be a one-off publication and may not be updated.

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Leeds City Council
Updated a year ago

New Briggate High Street Heritage Action Zone is a government funded project to deliver heritage-led regeneration in the New Briggate area through grant funded projects including conservation and repair work to buildings. As part of the project the Project Officer will need to monitor planning applications within the defined polygon area. (Data has a limited life cycle ending on March...

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Leeds City Council
Updated a year ago

A dataset providing the locations of all bring sites in Leeds.  This dataset also shows the amount of glass collected at each site each month from April 2016. Bring sites are smaller recycling sites which you'll find in supermarkets or pub car parks. Depending on the site, you can recycle a variety of things including paper, glass, clothing, food/drink cans and plastic bottles. Further...