BS 7666-4:2002 - Spatial data-sets for geographical referencing. Specification for recording public rights of way – BSI British Standards

BS 7666-4:2002

Spatial data-sets for geographical referencing. Specification for recording public rights of way

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : February 2002 Replaced By : BS 7666-1:2006

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Spatial data-sets for geographical referencing - Part 4: Specification for recording public rights of way

Executive summary

Geographical referencing of spatial-data sets for recording public rights of way.

Abstract

This part of BS 7666 specifies data to be recorded for public rights of way (PROW) in England and Wales.

This British Standard is applicable in principle to other countries and regions but may require modification to accommodate local requirements, such as grid referencing in Northern Ireland.

This standard specifies ways of referencing a public right of way so that data can be accessed by name, description, route number or unique reference. It also specifies the means of representing its spatial location. A format is also specified in the form of a logical data model for recording a set of other related data such as the surveying authority and the event history.

This standard specifies what needs to be recorded for assessing or verifying the quality of the data.

BS 7666-4 specifies the form, content and internal relationships of a spatial data-set for geographical referencing of PROWs to:

a) optimize the use of resources involved in the design, compilation and use of such data-sets;

b) permit the ready exchange and aggregation of such data-sets from several sources;

c) facilitate the design of common information systems, which may be databases or Geographic Information Systems;

d) enable different users of the same data to use it with consistency of content, accuracy, currency and format.

PROWs defined within relevant parliamentary acts are those maintained by highway authorities in the discharge of their statutory duties. This standard is therefore directed toward developers and users of PROW spatial data-sets in their professional work, such as those working within leisure and recreational management or local land charges, or those with other interests in public rights of way generally.

History and related standards

This British Standard supersedes BS 7666-4:1996 which is withdrawn.

This British Standard includes the following cross reference:

BS 7666-1.




Standard NumberBS 7666-4:2002
TitleSpatial data-sets for geographical referencing. Specification for recording public rights of way
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date18 February 2002
Withdrawn Date31 July 2006
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Replaced ByBS 7666-1:2006
ReplacesBS 7666-4:1996
DescriptorsData, Geography, Charts, Maps, Rights of way, Local law, Data layout, Data handling, Data recording
ICS07.040
35.240.70
CommitteeIST/36
ISBN0 580 38907 3
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages22
File Size560.3 KB
Price£130.00


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