[Tagging] Allotments plot / lot tagging and ref?
joseph.eisenberg at gmail.com
Mon Jan 7 21:49:35 UTC 2019
Many “allotments” in Central Europe have small cabins or even full-sized
houses which are used as part-time residences. Take a look at the
“allotments” around Vienna, Austria for example, or most any German city.
The Vienna allotments don’t seem to fit our wiki definition, but I think
they may have started out as allotment gardens years ago and evolved into
residential areas over time?
On Tue, Jan 8, 2019 at 12:37 AM Paul Allen <pla16021 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 7 Jan 2019 at 14:57, Sérgio V. <svolk2 at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi, BTW, What is actually the difference between:
>> (Status: in use / wiki-start: 7 April 2015)
>> "Use the tag place=plot to identify a named plot is a tract or parcel of
>> land owned or meant to be owned by some owner."
> It is a plot of land that is owned. Its purpose is as yet unrealized and
> it is as yet unused. It
> might end up with a house on it. Depends what the owner intends to do
> with it and what zoning
>> (Status: approved / wiki-start: 5 October 2013)
>> "The allotments=plot tag is used to demarcate an area within an allotment
>> site given over to an individual or group. An allotment site is typically
>> broken up into many of these allotment plots. Define an area within an area
>> tagged as landuse=allotments."
> Allotment plots ARE in use, as gardens/agriculture. An allotment plot is
> for people who want to
> be able to do some gardening but their residential property does not have
> a garden. Their plot
> is defined (growing plants). They are in use (most of them). They are
> not to be built on (although
> the terms may permit a small garden shed). They are not for any purpose
> other than gardening.
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