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  • Updated 18 hours ago

    City wide empty properties trends

    Leeds City Council
    This dataset shows monthly trends for: The total number of empty properties (regardless of tenure or how long empty) Long term (6 months plus) empty private sector properties and Long term (6 months) LCC properties Please note Unfortunately we are unable to provide data for some months in this dataset.
  • Updated 18 hours ago

    Private sector long term empty properties by ward

    Leeds City Council
    This dataset show long term empty properties (6 months+) in the private sector. Please note Due to technical problems at the time, the data listed between May 2013 and July 2013 (inclusive) may be inaccurate.
  • Updated 9 days ago

    Housing land supply in Leeds

    Leeds City Council
    This dataset shows information on development sites which contribute to the housing land supply in Leeds. These figures relate only to the supply of housing units on allocated sites and those with planning permission. It provides details on the size of sites, numbers of dwellings per site and whether the land is brownfield or greenfield. Dataset guidance Site: Site reference number Planning Ref: Planning approval reference SHLAA Ref...
  • Updated 16 days ago

    Bradford council tax charges

    City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
    Council tax charges information by property band, for each financial year agreed in February.
  • Created 21 days ago

    Care Homes

    City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
    This dataset contains the locations of Care Homes and Care Homes with Nursing Provision within the Metropolitan District of Bradford. The latitude/longitude location fields are indicative only, they are the centre of properties at the postcode. See this dataset on a map using our beta map viewer
  • Updated a month ago

    S106 planning agreements

    Leeds City Council
    This dataset provides details of all Section 106 Agreements entered into between developers and Leeds City Council.  Section 106 agreements are private agreements negotiated between local planning authorities and persons with an interest in a piece of land (or developers) under S106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990. They are normally used to enhance the quality of development and enable proposals to go ahead which might othe...
  • Updated a month ago

    Housing of multiple occupation licence register

    Leeds City Council
    The Housing of Multiple Occupation (HMO) licence register shows if a landlord has been issued with a HMO licence for his or her property and the expiry date of the licence. New licence applications will not appear on the register until they have been processed and issued. Landlords of properties issued with HMO licences must display a copy of their licence in a prominent position in the licensed premises. It is an offence for a person t...
  • Updated 3 months ago

    Number of council houses

    Leeds City Council
    A dataset providing the total number of council houses from 2006 to present date as at the 31st March each year.
  • Updated 3 months ago

    Noise nuisance - daytime

    Leeds City Council
    This dataset shows all noise nuisance reports in office hours (08:00 - 18:00). These incidents are typically ongoing matters which once reported will be investigated. For Information LASBT ALMO & Tenancy Breach = noise nuisance relating to a property owned by Leeds City Council LASBT Private = noise nuisance relating to a non-council owned property Sr_Num = unique service request number Please note Commercial noise is handled by the ...
  • Updated 3 months ago

    Noise abatement notices

    Leeds City Council
    A dataset providing a list of Section 80 (noise abatement) notices issued by Leeds City Council. An abatement notice can be served by the local authority if they are satisfied that a noise problem amounts to a statutory nuisance. The notice may require that the noise be stopped altogether or limited to certain times of day. The notice can be served on the person responsible for the noise, who then has 21 days to appeal. Further Informat...