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  • This dataset contains polygon features representing the balance of the municipality that is outside the Urban Growth Boundary (UGB). The UGB is a boundary that indicates the long-term limits of urban development in metropolitan Melbourne. It only affects 17 LGAs within the Melbourne metropolitan area. This dataset has fields joined from the Codelist. This layer is attributed with: - scheme code - zone number - zone status - zone code - LGA name - LGA code - zone code group - zone code group label

  • Part of the Vicmap Admin dataset series. Locality Boundaries Boundary polygons for Victoria. Locality Boundaries are as defined by The Registrar of Geographic Names. Aligned to Road Network - Vicmap Transport.

  • Part of the Vicmap Admin dataset series. This dataset contains the polygons for the authoritative Locality boundary dataset for Victoria. Locality Boundaries are as defined by Local Governments and registered by the Registrar of Geographic Names (GeoNames). The Vicmap Admin Locality data only contains Bounded Localities (known as LOCB in the GeoNames data). There are also unbounded localities/neighbourhoods (LOCU or NBHD) in the GeoNames data but this is NOT contained within Vicmap Admin Locality. Aligned to Vicmap Property.

  • This dataset contains line features representing a boundary which indicates the long-term limits of urban development in metropolitan Melbourne. It only affects 17 LGAs within the Melbourne metropolitan area. This dataset has fields joined from the Codelist. This layer is attributed with: - scheme code - zone number - zone status - zone code - LGA name - LGA code - zone code group - zone code group label

  • Groundwater Quality Restricted Use Zones (GQRUZ) are areas where there has been historic groundwater pollution as a result of previous industrial or other activities. These zones have been subject to clean up in line with the relevant environmental standards. However, restrictions remain on what the water can be used for if it is extracted via a groundwater bore. A GQRUZ remains when attempts have been made to clean up the groundwater at the affected site, but full clean-up was not possible - as it is often difficult to remove 100 per cent of groundwater pollution. It also may be impractical to clean up groundwater to the level needed to restore it to its original condition. EPA then identifies restrictions that should remain on how the water can be used without further treatment. GQRUZ do not represent a comprehensive list of all sites where groundwater quality may not be suitable for use. Rather, they represent locations where EPA has formally recognised that groundwater is polluted, following site investigations under EPA's environmental audit program. Other sources of information on groundwater quality include EPA's Priority Sites Register, which lists sites which are currently undergoing clean-up under EPA's compliance and enforcement activities. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the GQRUZ data published. EPA will not be held liable or responsible for any errors, or for any loss incurred from reliance on this data. Further information about a GQRUZ can be found in the audit report for the selected site. This dataset mirrors the GQRUZ data available on EPA's website interaction portal, but may not be up to date due to data transfer processes. For the most up to date data, go to EPA's website interaction portal.

  • Vicmap Planning History is the map data representing the land use zone and overlay controls for all Victorian planning schemes. Planning schemes cover the 79 local government areas and three other areas in Victoria. Planning schemes are regularly amended, and Vicmap Planning is continually updated to reflect the official planning scheme at any time. Datasets in the series are listed below. See them for more detailed metadata. - Planning scheme zones - Vicmap Planning (VMPLAN_PLAN_ZONE_HISTORY); - Planning scheme overlay - Vicmap Planning (VMPLAN_PLAN_OVERLAY_HISTORY); - Planning scheme codelist - Vicmap Planning (VMPLAN_PLAN_CODELIST) Current data model is Version 3.0.1 (Draft) 15 July 2017.

  • Product version containing the following 2 datasets:- For detailed metadata, see individual records. PLAN_ORDINANCE_LPP_URL (ANZVI0803005951) PLAN_ORDINANCE_VPP_URL (ANZVI0803005954) Note: The VPP table was updated 14/7/2022 to accommodate changes to the the new format Planning Scheme webpages.The field LGA_CODE was added and a unique url for each zone and overlay for every scheme now exists. Hence, the number of records n the table has significantly increased.

  • This dataset contains polygon features representing overlay controls for all Victorian planning schemes. Overlays reflect specific characteristics of land in an area, such as areas of significant vegetation or heritage value. Some fields of note are Code_Parent and Zone_Code_Group along with standard fields form part of this dataset. This layer is attributed with: - scheme code - zone number - zone status - zone code - LGA name - LGA code

  • Part of the VLAT dataset series. This dataset contains the polygons for the authoritative Locality boundary dataset for Victoria. This dataset s a raw superset of VMADMIN_LOCALITY_POLYGON. It shows the current and retired states of each feature instance. It supports feature versioning (UFI_RETIRED) and enables feature edting chaining (UFI_OLD). Locality Boundaries are as defined by Local Governments and registered by the Registrar of Geographic Names (GeoNames). The Vicmap Admin Locality data only contains Bounded Localities (known as LOCB in the GeoNames data). There are also unbounded localities/neighbourhoods (LOCU or NBHD) in the GeoNames data but this is NOT contained within Vicmap Admin Locality. Aligned to Vicmap Property.

  • This dataset depicts the survey data derived from the Forest Protection Survey Program. This dataset can be joined to the Timber Release Plan (TRP) using the COUPE_ID attribute field.