City of Melbourne Open Data

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Author
City of Melbourne Open Data Team
Description
This details the boundaries of all properties within the City of Melbourne. A boundary is described as a division between adjacent political entities, tracts of private land, or geographic zones. Boundary lines may be imaginary lines, physical features that follow those lines, or the graphical representation of those lines on a map. Boundary lines between privately owned land parcels are usually called property lines.
Category
Property
Tags
boundaries, property, safemobility, land, cityreactivation
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Data Provided By
City of Melbourne
License
Attribution 4.0 International
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Field Names:

the_geom
the_geom
PropName
prop_name
PropertyID
property_id
GISID
gisid
Address
address
DTUpdate
dtupdate
PolyArea
poly_area

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