European Cooperation in the field of Scientific and Technical Research -

COST Action C11

Sheffield Green-space Atlas - maps and diagrams indicating the extent of green-space in the different Wards (the electoral unit which votes for the Councillors on the City Council) based on interpretations of published data available from a variety of organisations within the city of Sheffield.

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CONTENTS

Map 1 - Sheffield Metropolitan District Council (popn. 600,000) -map of major Greenspaces

Map 2 - Variations in Greenspace by Ward

Map 3 -Location of City and District Parks - indicating the area of each Ward lying within 400m of a park

Map 4 -Names of the City and District Parks in the built up area by the city's Wards

Map 5 -Multiple Deprivation (an indication of the relative level of poverty)showing the variations by Wards

Map 6 -Area Panel boundaries (Area Panels are the new initiative to enable better public participation in local level decisions) related to City and District parks

Map 7 -Public and private agencies involved in green-space regeneration

Map 8 -Local community initiatives relating to green-space regeneration - area based

Map 9 -Local community initiatives relating to green-space regeneration -site based

Map 10 -A diagram indicating which parts of Sheffield's built up area are included within the boundaries of the various non-governmental "body" involved in greenspace regeneration

Map 11 -The variations across the city in the quantity of green-space within each Ward
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Areas covered by the government's Single Regeneration Budget scheme

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Map 1 - Sheffield Metropolitan District Council (popn. 600,000) -map of major Greenspaces

Topographic map of sheffield

© Anne R. Beer, 2002

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Topographic maps
Map 2 - Variations in Greenspace by Ward

© Anne R. Beer, 2002

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- Location of City and District Parks - indicating the area of each Ward lying within 400m of a park

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Map 4 -Names of the City and District Parks in the built up area by the city's Wards

A more detailed map has now been prepared by Sheffield MDC and can be viewed on thier website http://www.sheffield.gov.uk/out--about/maps

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CONTENTS

Map 1 - Sheffield Metropolitan District Council (popn. 600,000) -map of major Greenspaces

Map 2 - Variations in Greenspace by Ward

Map 3 -Location of City and District Parks - indicating the area of each Ward lying within 400m of a park

Map 4 -Names of the City and District Parks in the built up area by the city's Wards

Map 5 -Multiple Deprivation (an indication of the relative level of poverty)showing the variations by Wards

Map 6 -Area Panel boundaries (Area Panels are the new initiative to enable better public participation in local level decisions) related to City and District parks

Map 7 -Public and private agencies involved in green-space regeneration

Map 8 -Local community initiatives relating to green-space regeneration - area based

Map 9 -Local community initiatives relating to green-space regeneration -site based

Map 10 -A diagram indicating which parts of Sheffield's built up area are included within the boundaries of the various non-governmental "body" involved in greenspace regeneration

Map 11 -The variations across the city in the quantity of green-space within each Ward
Map12 -
Areas covered by the government's Single Regeneration Budget scheme

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Map 2

Map 3

Map 4

Map 5

Map 6

Map 7

Map 8

Map 9

Map 10

Map 11

Map 12

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© A.R.Beer, 2002

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