1. GIS stands for geographic information systems and includes geospatial data that can be accessed for free through the Scottish Government and other public bodies.
3. An isochrone map in geography and urban planning is a map that shows the area accessible from a point within a certain time threshold.
5. Green and blue infrastructure (GBI) refers to the natural spaces and features in our landscape, that when connected, deliver quality of life and environmental benefits for communities and the nature that thrives in them. Parks, gardens, rivers and trees are all examples of GBI.
7. Responses are published on the Scottish Government’s consultation website
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