Content TypeDatasets
TopicEnvironment, Property & Land
London Borough of Barnet
Updated 4 days ago

An article 4 direction is a direction under article 4 of the General Permitted Development Order which enables the Secretary of State or the local planning authority to withdraw specified permitted development rights across a defined area. The following documents are the legal orders for article 4 directions within the London Borough of Barnet. The documents below may include historical information...

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London Borough of Barnet
Updated 4 days ago

The dataset contains polygons for article 4 direction areas within the London Borough of Barnet. An article 4 direction is a direction under article 4 of the General Permitted Development Order which enables the Secretary of State or the local planning authority to withdraw specified permitted development rights across a defined area. Barnet is one of the Local Planning Authorities that...

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London Borough of Barnet
Updated 18 days ago

The dataset contains polygons for Tree Preservation Order Schedule Items within the London Borough of Barnet. Tree Preservation Orders are made by the local planning authority to protect specific trees, groups or areas of trees or woodlands in the interests of public amenity – and formal consent is required for pruning or removing a tree so protected. An application form...

London Borough of Barnet
Updated 18 days ago

The dataset contains polygons for statutory listed buildings within the London Borough of Barnet. These are buildings, objects or structures considered to be of special architectural or historic interest, which need to be preserved for future generations. The list is compiled by the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport following advice from Historic England. Statutory listed buildings are protected by...

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London Borough of Barnet
Updated 21 days ago

Historical documents, books, pictures and maps relating to the history of the area of the London Borough of Barnet. Some of the documents are complete volumes containing hundreds of pages and the files are large (250mb+.) They may take a little time to download.

London Borough of Barnet
Updated a month ago

The dataset contains polygons for conservation areas within the London Borough of Barnet. Conservation areas are those areas identified by the Local Planning Authority as having special architectural or historic interest which merits designation. Conservation area character appraisals, boundary maps and guidance notes can be downloaded from the Council’s website. This data is an active and changing record of conservation...

London Borough of Barnet
Updated 2 months ago

Definition Extract of Ordnance Survey's Code-Point® Open product filtered for London Borough of Barnet coverage. Data has been processed from the .csv schema filtering on the administrative district code, with administrative district and ward names appended for ease of use Postcodes do not have an exact match to administrative boundaries, see the Ordnance Survey product support page for full definition. Purpose These datasets have been...

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London Borough of Barnet
Added 3 months ago

This document sets out Barnet Council’s Retention Schedule. The retention schedule classifies council documents and sets how long they need to be stored before they can be destroyed. The retention schedule applies to all records irrespective of the format in which they are maintained or the format on which they are held. Barnet Council is required by the Code of Practice...

London Borough of Barnet
Updated 3 months ago

This is a dataset of the London Borough of Barnet's Brownfield Land Register The Town and Country Planning (Brownfield Land Register) Regulations 2017 require local planning authorities to maintain a register of their brownfield sites that are suitable for housing. The London Borough of Barnet Strategic Planning Committee signed off the 2022 Brownfield Land Register on 13 June 2023. Brownfield Land Register.pdf (moderngov.co.uk) Appendix 1...

London Borough of Barnet
Updated 5 months ago

Conservation areas are those areas identified by the Local Planning Authority as having special architectural or historic interest which merits designation. Documentation including area character appraisals and boundary maps are published here for reference and to support the Open Digital Planning project. Conservation Areas were introduced through the Civic Amenities Act 1967. They are ‘areas of special architectural or historic interest,...

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