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Planning Advice Note 65: Planning and open space

Published: 2 Jun 2008
Part of:
Building, planning and design
ISBN:
9780755970889

Planning Advice Note (PAN) 65 provides advice on the role of the planning system in protecting and enhancing existing open spaces and providing high quality new spaces.

28 page PDF

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28 page PDF

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Contents
Planning Advice Note 65: Planning and open space
ANNEX 1: EXAMPLE FULL LAND USE CLASSIFICATION INCORPORATING PAN 65 TYPOLOGY

28 page PDF

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ANNEX 1: EXAMPLE FULL LAND USE CLASSIFICATION INCORPORATING PAN 65 TYPOLOGY

PAN 65 Typology

Full land use classification

Roads

Roads and tracks

Roadside (manmade)

Parking/loading

Roadside (unknown)

Water

Tidal water

Foreshore/rocks

Rail

Railway

Paths

Path

Buildings

Residential

Commercial/Institutional

Glasshouses

Other structures

Airports

PAN 65
Open Space

Public parks and gardens

Public park and garden

Private gardens or grounds

Private gardens

School grounds

Institutional grounds

Amenity greenspace

Amenity - residential

Amenity - business

Amenity - transport

Playspace for children and tenagers

Playspace

Sports areas

Playing fields

Golf courses

Tennis courts

Bowling greens

Other sports

Green corridors

Green access routes

Riparian routes

Natural/semi-natural greenspace

Woodland

Open semi-natural

Open water

Allotments and community growing spaces

Allotments and community growing spaces

Burial grounds

Churchyard

Cemetery

Other functional greenspaces

Other functional greenspace, e.g. caravan park

Civic space

Civic space

7 Other open land

Farmland

Moorland

Other, e.g. landfill, quarries

Areas undergoing change

A similar approach has been used by many local authorities in developing their open space audit and strategy in collaboration with Greenspace Scotland.


Contact

Chief.Planner@gov.scot