Sustainable Urban Drainage Sytems (SUDs) Resgister and Map

Register and Map of Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDs) completed in Dublin City Council area This database contains location and description information for Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDs) installed as per final drainage drawings referenced to planning applications granted by Dublin City Council between 2005-09. 'SUDs is a sustainable approach to rainwater management that mimics natural hydrological processes to reduce stormwater runoff and add amenity value. Typical SUDs installations included in register include attenuation tank, permeable paving, detention pond, swales, green roof, infilatration trences/soakaways, filter drains, permeable paving, filter drain etc. For further information on SUDs see'Information fields include location address, landuse (as granted), national grid co-ordinates, planning application reference, status (planning, under construction or constructed), previous landuse, ownership, maintained by (public or private), area (permeable and impermeable surfaces), type of device, reason for installation, physical features (shape, size etc), outflow limit (limit of flow off site in litres/second), ecological features (plant life) and water quality.'Spatial co-ordinatesfor each SUDs are given in Irish Grid and an overall GIS Map shows the distribution of SUDs installations across Dublin City. Spatial Projection: IG, MapInfo

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Field Value
Organisation Contact Email
Organisation Contact Name Data Officer
Organisation Contact Phone 01 2222812
Target Audience Citizen
Category Environment and Energy
Update Frequency As Required
Date Range 2005-01-01 to 2010-09-26
Conforms To
Purpose of Collection This data was collected to keep a register of all Sustainable Urban Drainage systems installed in the Dublin City Area
Use Constraints This dataset was originally compiled for research purposes and relates to Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems granted between 2005 and 2009.

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