The non-denominational primary school catchment areas in Fife, each of which is associated with one non-denominational primary school and used as a catchment area for enrolment at the school.
Dataset provides details of the location and description of Common Good land from the Financial Records passed to the Council from the former Burghs and District Councils. The extent of the land is indicative due to the vague description in the titles on which it is based.
Dataset provides details of areas where the scenery is highly valued locally and designated to ensure that the landscape is not damaged by inappropriate development. The designations raise awareness of the landscape qualities that make the particular areas distinctive, and have associated policies to safeguard their valued features. They aim to promote understanding of the distinctive character and special qualities of the landscape, ensuring that there is careful consideration of development and the impacts that may result on that landscape, while supporting positive change and opportunities for enjoyment, maintenance and enhancement of the distinctive character.
Dataset provides details of windfarm areas of search
The denominational secondary (Roman Catholic) school catchment areas dataset shows all areas of land in Fife, displayed within irregularly shaped boundaries, each of which is associated with one denominational secondary school and used as a catchment area for enrolment at the school.
Dataset provides details of the location and description of Tree Preservation Orders (TPO) covering specified individual trees or areas.TPOs protect specific trees or a particular area, group or woodland from deliberate damage and destruction. This data relates to orders in place on individual trees and areas in Fife.Felling, lopping, topping, uprooting or otherwise willful damaging of trees without the permission of the Local Planning Authority are prohibited on such trees and areas.
Dataset provides details of the location and description of vacant and or derelict land. This is previously developed land that is available for redevelopment. There would normally be a physical constraint caused by its previous use that hampers its redevelopment or naturalisation.
The Core Paths aim to satisfy the basic needs of local people and visitors for general access and recreation. They comprise a mixture of existing and some new paths. The Core Paths cater for all types of users - walkers, cyclists, horse riders, people with disabilities, and are a key part of outdoor access provision. The Fife Core Path Network is shown as lines, covering the whole of Fife, on the approved Core Path Plan as defined by a public consultation and public inquiry, as mandated by the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 that placesm,on the local authority, the duty to draw up a plan for a system of paths ('core paths') sufficient for the purpose of giving the public reasonable access throughout their area'. These 'core paths' systems will be available for recreation and everyday journeys by local people and visitors, providing opportunities for walking, cycling, riding and other activities for all ages and abilities.
An allotment garden, often called simply an allotment is a plot of land made available for individual, non-commercial gardening or growing food plants. Such plots are formed by subdividing a piece of land into a few or up to several hundreds of land parcels that are assigned to individuals or families.
A conservation area is an area of architectural or historic value, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance. Conservation areas usually feature buildings of high architectural value. The designation is based not only on these buildings but also the overall character of an area, taking into account the layout of buildings and open spaces such as squares, private gardens, parks and designed landscapes. As well as appearance, the present and historic uses of the area are also important.