[Tagging] Wrong use of landuse=village_green - but what else to use?

Yves yvecai at gmail.com
Wed Jan 11 10:52:38 UTC 2017

Garden with access=no?  Only for the eyes. 

Le 11 janvier 2017 10:56:02 GMT+01:00, Marc Zoutendijk <marczoutendijk at mac.com> a écrit :
>> Op 10 jan. 2017, om 05:14 heeft Marc Gemis <marc.gemis at gmail.com> het
>volgende geschreven:
>> I thought the original question was broader than just the patches of
>> green next to the road. I also want to know how to map those green
>> patches when they are not part of roundabouts, or are located between
>> sidewalk and road (where cars drive).
>To help us focus on what type of “green” I’m (and others) are thinking
>of, I have prepared a photo-collage:
>At the core of all this we we see:
>- areas of any size but more often small
>- a variety of grass, plants, flowers and trees in any number and
>- located mostly inside urban areas 
>- there is not normally an entrance to the area but sometime a footpath
>divides it
>Tagging this with leisure=garden covers all situations quiet well, save
>for the “entrance” part.
>One other idea was to add the operator=* tag. E.g.
>One of the other possibilities (proposed in the Dutch Forum) to tackle
>this problem, is to redifine village_green to mean something different
>in The Netherlands then in the UK. Such local meaning of tags we also
>see for highway tagging.
>Marc Zoutendijk

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