- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-11-20T07:15:23.000Z
This dataset shows the footprints of all structures within the City of Melbourne. A building footprint is a 2D polygon (or multi-polygon) representation of the base of a building or structure. The footprint is defined as the boundary of the structure where the walls intersect with the ground plane or podium, rather than an outline of the roof area (roofprint). Where a building has a significant change in built form, multiple footprint polygons are ‘stacked’ vertically to define shape of the built form. This includes, and is not limited to: - Tower - Podium - Setbacks/offsets To see the footprints in 3D please refer to our <a href="https://developmentactivity.melbourne.vic.gov.au/">Development Activity Model</a> The Australian Height Datum (AHD) is the national vertical datum for Australia. The National Mapping Council adopted the AHD in May 1971 as the datum to which all vertical control mapping would be referred The data was captured in May 2018.
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-11-19T22:17:24.000Z
This dataset provides the latest population forecasts (prepared April 2019) for private dwellings and households, including the number of vacant private dwellings and vacancy rates, persons in private and non private dwellings and average household size. Forecasts are provided for single years from 2016 to 2041 for our municipality as well as thirteen small areas according to our Census of Land Use and Employment (also known as CLUE small areas). <p>The forecasts are prepared by an independent, specialist agency (.id). Further information can be found on our <a href="https://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/about-melbourne/research-and-statistics/city-population/Pages/population-forecasts.aspx">Population Forecasts</a> page. <a href="https://data.melbourne.vic.gov.au/browse?q=population+forecast"> <p>Related datasets</a> are also available on Open Data and include household type forecasts and population forecasts by age and gender.
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-11-19T22:17:29.000Z
Data collected as part of the City of Melbourne's Census of Land Use and Employment (CLUE). It shows selected building attributes including location, construction year, refurbished year, number of floors above ground, predominant space use, bicycle/shower facilities and building accessibility. Building accessibility data is collected to track accessibility for internal City of Melbourne purposes. This data is provided as a community service by the City of Melbourne. It is not and does not purport to be a complete guide. There may be errors or omissions. Data is liable to change. The City of Melbourne accepts no responsibility in respect of any claim arising from use or reliance upon this data. For more information about CLUE see http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/clue
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-11-19T22:18:46.000Z
Indicators help us to assess our municipality's performance, measure progress and compare with other cities. The results also help us monitor our Council Plan and guide policy, planning and management to ensure that Melbourne continues to be a liveable, bold, inspirational and sustainable city. <p>A visual representation of the indicators presented here can be found in our <a href="https://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/about-melbourne/research-and-statistics/Pages/Liveability.aspx"><u>online visualisation.</u></a> The indicators are from a select list we collect for the following two main activities: <p>1. The <u>City of Melbourne Social Indicator Survey (CoMSIS)</u> provides insight into the health, wellbeing, participation and connection of residents in our city. This data is collected to directly address some of the Council Plan’s municipal outcome indicators and support our health and wellbeing priorities. Findings of the survey give insight into the perceived quality of life for our residents. <p>2. The <a href="https://www.dataforcities.org/wccd/"><u>World Council on City Data (WCCD)</u></a> is a network of cities committed to improving services and quality of life with open city data and standardised urban indicators. The WCCD developed and oversees an international standard for city data: <i>ISO 37120 Sustainable Development of Communities: Indicators for City Services and Quality of Life.</i> The City of Melbourne is a member of this network and annually submits indicators for verification in accordance with this standard. <p>Related datasets: <br><b><a href="https://data.melbourne.vic.gov.au/People-Events/Social-Indicators-for-City-of-Melbourne-Residents-/n9ie-cp6t">Social Indicators for City of Melbourne Residents 2018</a></b>
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-11-19T22:16:22.000Z
Melbourne BioBlitz is one of the City of Melbourne’s major citizen science programs, where experts and members of the community work together to discover, document, and learn about the species that call our city home. The 2014 BioBlitz was held between 31 October and 15 November 2014. Over 700 citizens participated in 53 events led by 90 volunteer ecologists and experts. It gave Melburnians the unique opportunity to work alongside professional and amateur naturalists to discover Melbourne's biodiversity and help to produce a list of species living in our city. The City of Melbourne has analysed the data collected in past BioBlitzes and is now building a baseline dataset against which future changes in biodiversity can be measured and evaluated.
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-11-19T22:17:12.000Z
Insect Records in the City of Melbourne from the Little Things that Run the City Project. This data identifies what individual species were found in the Little Things that Run the City Project and is not a count of all species recorded. This data was obtained from Luis Mata, a postdoctoral researcher at RMIT. The data is owned by the City of Melbourne and RMIT. The project started in October 2014 with the first survey of insects for this project in parks and gardens in the City of Melbourne. More surveys were conducted between January and March 2015. Insect species were sorted and identified from April to September 2015. This is the raw data for the report that was published in late 2016. Some records are lacking information on the species classifcation level, and may have the correct genus information accompanied with a number in the identification notes column - this donates species 1, 2, or 3 of that genus where the species could not be identfiifed. All records lack a species name as this was not provided to the City of Melbourne in the original dataset.
Block level energy consumption (modelled on building attributes) - 2016 projection - retrofit scenariodata.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-11-19T22:17:19.000Z
This dataset should be read alongside other energy consumption datasets on the City of Melbourne open data platform as well as the following report: http://imap.vic.gov.au/uploads/Meeting%20Agendas/2014%20August/Att%207a_IMAP_Energy_Map_-_CSIRO_-_Energy_Use_2011-2026_Report_-_2014June30_-Final_pdf_11.2MB.pdf The dataset outlines modelled energy consumption across the City of Melbourne municipality. It is not energy consumption data captured by a meter, but modelled data based on building attributes such as building age, floor area etc. This data was provided by the CSIRO as a result of a study commissioned by IMAP Councils. The study was governed by a Grant Agreement between Councils and the CSIRO, which stated an intent for the data to be published. This specific dataset is presented at a block level scale. It includes both commercial and residential buildings and is a 2016 projection, relative to a 2011 baseline, based on a scenario of buildings being retrofitted. It does not include the industrial sector.
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-11-20T07:21:27.000Z
Data collected as part of the City of Melbourne's Census of Land Use and Employment (CLUE). It show business establishments with their trading name, industry (ANZSIC4) classification, location and CLUE block and small area allocation. A business establishment is defined as a • Commercial occupant in a building • Separate land use • Any permanent presence of economic activity in accordance with standard Industry classification (ANZSIC). Hence, if one organisation has its presence in several buildings in the CLUE area, each time it will be counted as a separate establishment. Consequently, the count of establishments presented in CLUE represents the number of locations, rather than 'enterprises'. For more information about CLUE see http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/clue For more information about the ANZSIC industry classification system see http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/1292.0
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-11-19T22:16:11.000Z
Data collected as part of the City of Melbourne's Census of Land Use and Employment (CLUE). The data covers the period 2002-2018. It show business establishments with their trading name, industry (ANZSIC4) classification, location and CLUE block and small area allocation. A business establishment is defined as a • Commercial occupant in a building • Separate land use • Any permanent presence of economic activity in accordance with standard Industry classification (ANZSIC). Hence, if one organisation has its presence in several buildings in the CLUE area, each time it will be counted as a separate establishment. Consequently, the count of establishments presented in CLUE represents the number of locations, rather than 'enterprises'. For more information about CLUE see http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/clue For more information about the ANZSIC industry classification system see http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/1292.0
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-11-19T22:17:38.000Z
The City of Melbourne has installed in-ground parking bay sensors in most CBD parking bays. These sensors record when a vehicle arrives and when it departs. Each record also includes the parking restriction for the bay and whether the vehicle has overstayed that restriction. This is the data for the 2016 calendar year. Known data issues: 1. There are 342,475 records that have the text ‘OLD’ at the end of the restriction in the field named ‘Sign’. This has been investigated and determined the text refers to one of two things, either: · At the time of the parking event the restriction that has been captured is correct but when the data was extracted from the server (July 2017) the restriction had since changed. · (Or) The particular sensor has since been replaced. 2. There are a number of records that have a negative value in the duration in field ‘seconds’. This occurs due to a sensor detecting an arrival time being after the departure time. 3. There are a number of records where the arrival and departure times have not been recorded. If the time has not been recorded the time is calculated from midnight of the arrival day to either midnight of the departure day or to the departure time. Data that is excluded: In the 2016 car parking event data there are 4,346 records where the parking event goes into 2017 and ends at midnight.