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Last edited 06 Feb 2019
Types of land
- Any buildings, parts of buildings, or similar structures.
- Anything permanently attached to the ground.
- Rights under the land.
- Rights above the land to such a height as is necessary for the ordinary use and enjoyment of the land and the structures upon it.
- Easements relating to the land (such as rights of way).
For more information see: Land.
Articles on Designing Buildings Wiki about types of land include:
- Agricultural land.
- Amberfield land.
- Ancient woodland.
- Areas of outstanding natural beauty.
- Best and most versatile land.
- Biosphere reserve.
- Brownfield land.
- Built environment.
- Common land.
- Conservation area.
- Construction site.
- Contaminated land.
- Designated area.
- Global geopark
- Green belt.
- Green space.
- Greenfield land.
- Heritage coast.
- Local green space.
- Local nature reserve.
- Local site.
- Marine protected area.
- National nature reserve.
- National park.
- National trail.
- Natural area.
- Pink zones.
- Pocket park.
- Previously-developed site.
- Ramsar sites.
- Recreational space.
- Right of way.
- Safeguarded land.
- Site of biological importance.
- Site of nature conservation interest.
- Sites of special scientific interest.
- Special areas of conservation.
- Special protection areas.
- Strategic industrial locations.
- Urban sprawl.
- Village greens.
- Windfall site.
- World heritage site.
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