Built-up areas are defined as land which is ‘irreversibly urban in character’, meaning that they are characteristic of a village, town or city. They include areas of built-up land with a minimum of 20 hectares (200,000m2). Any areas with less than 200 metres between them are linked to become a single built-up area.
This data shows the Local (Unitary) Authority boundaries for Wales.
This dataset is derived from the OS OpenData Boundary Line product: http://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/oswebsite/products/boundary-line/index.html
Super Output Areas were designed to improve the reporting of small area statistics and are built up from groups of output areas (OA). Statistics for lower layer super output areas (LSOA) and middle layer super output areas (MSOA) were originally released in 2004 for England and Wales
A Lower Layer Super Output Area (LSOA) is a geographic area. Lower Layer Super Output Areas are a geographic...More
This is a spatial dataset containing the extent polygons for the Natural Resources Wales Operational Areas.
This dataset shows the six main operational areas:
- North East Wales
- North West Wales
- Mid Wales
- South East Wales
- South West Wales
- South Wales Central
Contains Natural Resources Wales information © Natural Resources Wales and Database Right. All rights...More
This is a spatial datasets containing the extent polygons for the Natural Resources Wales team boundaries. The purpose of this data capture is to define boundaries for operational managed teams.
This dataset defines the operational team boundaries and the 18 team locations within those areas.
Contains Natural Resources Wales information © Natural Resources Wales and...More
This is a dataset of the Strategic Search Areas (SSAs) identified in Technical Advice Note (TAN) 8: Planning for Renewable Energy.
The SSAs are areas in Wales identified in TAN 8 as being the most appropriate locations for large scale wind farm development. The detailed characteristics of the SSAs and the methodology used to define them are outlined in TAN8 and its Annexes. For further...More
Wales (High water mark). This data has been drived from Ordnance Survey Boundary-Line data.
WMS data, work in progress