Maps

Proposals Maps

Proposals Map 1: Our Neighbourhood

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Proposals Map 2: Map of Local Green Spaces

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Proposals Map 3: Emerald Network

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Proposals Map 4: Green Belt – areas for improvement

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Proposals Map 5: Economic Designated Sites

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Proposals Map 6: City Centre Boundary and Frontages

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Proposals Map 7: Housing Sites

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Proposals Map 8: Purpose Built Student Accommodation Sites

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Other Maps

Map 1: World Heritage Site Boundaries

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Map 2: World Heritage Site Inner Setting

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Map 3: The Conservation Areas

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Map 4: Durham City Conservation Area with Character Areas Shown

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Map 5: Green Belt in Our Neighbourhood

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Map 6: Studentification

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Map 7: Durham in the late medieval period: its boroughs, churches and important buildings

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Map 8: Map of Pedestrian Issues

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Map 9: Map of Cycling Issues

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Map copyright and acknowledgements

Most of our base maps have been supplied to us by Ordnance Survey under the terms of our Public Sector Mapping Agreement. They are copyright and one of the following copyright notices applies:

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    © Crown copyright and database rights 2019 OS 0100060997. You are granted a non-exclusive, royalty free, revocable licence solely to view the Licensed Data for non-commercial purposes for the period during which the City of Durham Parish Council makes it available. You are not permitted to copy, sub-license, distribute, sell or otherwise make available the Licensed Data to third parties in any form. Third party rights to enforce the terms of this licence shall be reserved to OS.
  • If you are viewing a paper copy of this document:
    © Crown copyright and database rights 2019 OS 0100060997. You are permitted to use this data solely to enable you to respond to, or interact with, the organisation that provided you with the data. You are not permitted to copy, sub-licence, distribute or sell any of this data to third parties in any form.

The other base maps are provided by OpenStreetMap® and its © OpenStreetMap contributors. The data is available under the Open Database Licence, and the cartography is licensed as CC BY-SA. Further details are on the OpenStreetMap copyright page at https://www.openstreetmap.org/copyright

These base maps have information overlaid on them, some generated by the Neighbourhood Planning Working Party, some provided by Durham County Council.

The Map 9 of Durham in the late medieval period is from the book ‘Durham: 1000 Years of History’ by Martin Roberts (ISBN 978-0-7524-2537-5) and we are grateful to Martin for freely giving us permission to use it.

The other maps overlay specific information (generated by the Neighbourhood Planning Forum) on a base map provided by OpenStreetMap® and is © OpenStreetMap contributors. The data is available under the Open Database Licence, and the cartography is licensed as CC BY-SA. Further details are on the OpenStreetMap copyright page at https://www.openstreetmap.org/copyright

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