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  • This data is now obsolete, current UDP data is available. This information maps the six industrial nodes identified in metropolitan Melbourne. These are areas where there is significant existing industrial activity, market interest and future industrial land identified. These are: West Industrial Node Airport Industrial Node North Industrial Node South Industrial Node Melton Industrial Node Pakenham Industrial Node

  • This data is now obsolete, current UDP data is available. Identifies all industrial land and the development status and size of each land parcel in hectares. Note: The industrial data now covers all of the State of Victoria having incorporated RDV's Audit of Industrial Land in Provincial Victoria with UDP Melbourne . Regional UDP work will provide the mechanism to update these areas on an ongoing basis. This information maps all industrial zoned land and land of industrial nature, ie. includes land within Special use zones, Airport Business Park, Business 3 Zones and Comprehensive Development Zone. Other zone types have been included in regional areas. Each land parcel is assessed as being either Unavaillable or Supply for industrial land and colour coded by a combination of zoning ans availability.

  • This data is now obsolete, current UDP data is available. Land identified as future industrial areas. Used in conjunction with Industrial land dataset.

  • Exploration Graticules are used as the main boundaries for Exploration Licences since 1973 - AGD66 - Expires 30th June 2005

  • Classified using the Minerals Resource (Sustainable Development) Act. Made up of the following layers NOGO - national parks, state parks, wilderness areas, reference areas, section 50 reserves (under the Forests Act) and commonwealth land (including military areas) INITIAT - VIMP initiative areas EXC - exemption defined by the minister that don't fit into NOGO or INITIAT.

  • Withdrawn Applications for Exploration Licences

  • Expired Mining and Extractive Licences

  • Regions showing the extent of Exploration Licences & Moratorium Periods currently lodged with Earth Resources Regulations. The boundaries are derived from a combination of entering graticular boundaries (exact MGA or AMG co-ordinates) and digitizing along areas of land status (Earth Resources version of landmmt100) which are unable to be mined or explored. Refer to the Mineral Resources (Sustainable Development) Act (MRSDA) for more detail.

  • Exploration Graticules are used as the main boundaries for Exploration Licences since 1973 - GDA94 - Effective 1st July 2005

  • Contains mostly licences from 1860 to 1930 Was digitized to help in identifying land where native title claims could be rejected.