The Property Details section contains four sections, or tabs.
The name of each tab indicates the type of information held here. Please note that the data fields described below should be used as a guide only. The information displayed in PublicAccess may vary between Local Authorities and will depend on the data entered for each property.
|Full Address||Full address of the land, property or structure.|
|Secondary Property Name||The full address description may have a secondary description, which helps identify the address. An example might be '4th floor', 'back', 'basement' or 'flat above'.|
|Secondary Property Number||The property may have a secondary number. An example might be 2F2 (if property is a flat).|
|Primary Property Name||This is the designated property name.|
|Primary Property Number||This is the designated premise number.|
|Street Name||Street on which the property is located.|
|Locality||A property address may have an associated locality. Examples of an address locality are 'Chesterton' or 'White City Estate'.|
|Town Name||If the property is associated with a town, the town will be listed here. Examples of town names are 'Luton' and 'Ealing'.|
|Ward||Current Ward for the property. Click the Ward Councillor Details button to view associated Councillor details.|
|Community Council||The property's Community Council.|
The Constraints tab contains information on any conditions placed on the property:
|Constraint Description||Description of constraint which affects property.|
|Constraint Name||Name of constraint.|
|Constraint type||Type of constraint.|
The Related Info tab contains two sections:
The Selected Property section enables you to link to Property Related Information. This is where existing local authority Planning and Building Control records for the selected property may be viewed. Press the Display button to view this information and return a summary list of related records. The Selected Property section will only be available to view where there are one or more related records.
The Nearby Properties section allows you to request details of local authority records that are related to properties or areas of land within a specified distance from the centre of the current selected property. First, select the type of record you would like to search for (e.g. properties or Planning, Building Control Applications). Now select the distance and press the Search button. A list of related records will be displayed in a popup window. You may select to view the details of a specific record by pressing on the Click to View button.
This type of selection is only available if the currently selected property is represented on the map and has spatial co-ordinates. If a property does not have a point or area feature available the Nearby Properties search function will not be available. In addition, the Local Authority may not have a spatial representation for every one of its records and therefore those records that do not have spatial co-ordinates will not be returned when running this search.
The View Property on Map tab will open a map view of the selected property. The property will be centred and highlighted on the map. Use the map tools provided to navigate around, zoom in and out and to identify local authority records. For further help on using the map tools, refer to the Using the Map section of this help guide.
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