We have built a set of interactive maps. If you click or tap an area on the map, you will be shown a list of links to features at the point clicked. If you then click one of the links you will be shown statistics and other data relating to the feature clicked.
The map can be dragged to centre on a different position.
You can pinch on a touch device to zoom in and out, and can use the scrollwheel to do the same if you have a mouse.
Both the maps below are synchronised so that they always show the same place at the same scale.
A map showing parish outlines with a list of parishes. If you select in the list you are shown its progress with declaring a climate emergency and the map zooms to show the parish. If you then click on the parish area, data about the parish is shown.
Current and Potential Emissions from EPCs
Map has census output areas coloured by emissions level, together with parish boundaries. Two maps are shown side by side, both maps pan and zoom simultaneously. Click on an area to see links to further data about the area.
The following presentations are available:
- Comparative map of emissions per EPC
- Comparative map of emissions/hectare from EPCs
- Comparative map of emissions/dwelling from EPCs
- Comparative map of emissions/capita from EPCs
Road Transport Emissions
We have now analysed traffic flows and GHG emissions from road transport for the district to produce maps of emissions from each road and for each census output area.
The roads map shows major roads only when zoomed out, zoom in to show full road network detail.
Data we hold
This map shows all the layers we have. Layers can be turned on by clicking the checkbox on the left of the legend. You can then control which layers respond to clicks on the map by selecting the clickable checkbox on the legend.
Several of you have asked how the maps were produced. These technical documents describe the processes in detail. The next release of the mapping application will also include brief descriptions of each field, sources of data, update frequencies, dates downloaded, and processing applied.
These more technical documents describe some of the more complex processes in detail: