An export of non-housing Properties managed by Highland Council
Regions of Provenance Great Britain is divided into four Regions of Provenance. http://www.forestry.gov.uk/forestry/INFD-72KLDL These are defined areas within which similar ecological and climatic characteristics are found. They provide a framework for specifying sources of Forest Reproductive Material (FRM). For native species, these Regions of Provenance have been split into a total of 24 non-statutory native seed zones. Seed zones are in turn divided where appropriate into two altitude zones, below 300m and above 300m. There is a different set of seed zones for native Scots Pine. Definitions of Origin and Provenance The origin of FRM describes that part of the natural range of the species from which the material originally derived. The term provenance is used to describe the location of the source from which the reproductive material was collected.
Alcohol Prohibition Areas (Moray) in relation to Byelaws Prohibiting the Consumption of Alcohol in Designated Public Places.
Location of alcohol prohibition areas in North Lanarkshire.
Points depicting the location of all the schools which children in North Lanarkshire are in the catchment area for.
Development Control Areas in Angus
Community Council Boundaries in Moray. The purpose of community councils is to ascertain, co-ordinate and express the views of the community it represents to local authorities and other pubic bodies.
Conservation Areas in Angus
Properties that Angus Council owns or occupies or has owned or occupied or has some other interest in.
Location of rights of way in North Lanarkshire.