Public Land for Housing is a dataset that contains some basic information about sites in England, previously owned by Government departments, that have been declared surplus and sold for housing development. Datadaptive (http://www.datadaptive.com) extracted the site records from a report published by the Department for Communities and Local Government, and geocoded the postcode location of each site. The data is re-usable under the terms of the Open Government Licence. A blog-post about this data is available at http://mapgubbins.tumblr.com/post/157520228795/public-land-for-housing and the source of the data along with documentation can be found at http://www.datadaptive.com/?pg=12 Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0. The data has been imported into DataDock using the ID assigned by Datadaptive (PLHID) as the resource identifier PLHID: ID assigned by Datadaptive based on sequence in DCLG report table DEPT: Department that disposed of the land SITENAME: Site name POSTCODE: Site postcode LANAME: Local authority FCHOUCAP: Forecast housing capacity PLNSTATDIS: Planning status at disposal DISPYEAR: Disposal year NOTES: Notes from DCLG report table LAT: Decimal latitude of postcode centroid LNG: Decimal longitude of postcode centroid
Dummy "damage report" survey data for Bristol Monuments, using the resource addresses from the monument datasets
Stops on the Tokyo Metro. Each stop is linked to the station it is at and the line it is on. A link is also given to the resource for this stop published at linkdata.org.
Stations on the Tokyo Metro with the station name in Japanese and English and a link to the line(s) that the station is on.
A list of the lines on the Tokyo Metro with the line name in Japanese, English and French and the line colour given in English.
The Bristol Historic Environment Record (HER) Monuments dataset provides details of over 3000 archaeological and historic structures (designated and undesignated) within the administrative area of Bristol City Council. These monuments have been recorded from historic records, archaeological reports or site observations. Source: https://opendata.bristol.gov.uk/Land-Use/Bristol-Monuments/nyj9-igak CC-0
Newcastle City Council Libraries monthly visitor figures by branch for April 2008 to November 2016 Source: https://www.newcastle.gov.uk/your-council-and-democracy/open-data-and-access-information/open-data/data-sets/libraries-data-sets
Newcastle City Council libraries monthly loan figures (number of items issued) by branch for April 2008 to November 2016 Source: https://www.newcastle.gov.uk/your-council-and-democracy/open-data-and-access-information/open-data/data-sets/libraries-data-sets