Land Use Constraints

A comprehensive data solution highlighting vital information to be considered before the planning process, allowing you to understand any restrictions to your developing site.

Where is the information sourced from?

Our Land Use Constraints Data is sourced from a wide range of trusted providers, including the Ordnance Survey, English Heritage, Historic Scotland, as well as the Monuments Protection Programme (MPP) and The English Heritage Register of Historic Battlefields.

How soon will I receive my data and what will it include?

Our Land Use Constraints data will be delivered straight to your inbox in a range of digital formats, and within just three hours of placing your order.

Where there is coverage, a number of datasets are reported data for your site. With your newly delivered all-inclusive data you can expect to receive information demonstrating Public Rights of Way derived from the ‘Public Rights of Way’ and ‘Other Public Access’ sections on Ordnance Survey Explorer Maps from 2020.

Your data will also include Listed Buildings, Scheduled Monuments, World Heritage Sites and Historic Battlefields, to efficiently support the development and analysis of your project.

Listed Buildings data will provide you with information on Grade I, Grade II and Grade III listed buildings. Scheduled Monuments are nationally important archaeological sites protected under the UK’s current Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979.

World Heritage sites within the UK include Stonehenge, Kew Gardens, Canterbury Cathedral and Hadrian’s Wall.

Who is this data for?

If you’re an environmental and property professional, our Land Use Constraints data provides allow you to screen your sites against any environmental or planning laws.

Why choose this data?

With your new data you can effectively establish restrictions on designated areas which may directly limit the extent and type of your property development.

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