Interactive online maps and Open Data

Selby District Council have developed a series of online interactive maps to better inform residents about their district. We have also developed an OpenData portal which gives people the ability to download some of our datasets in various formats (ESRI Shapefile and Excel Spreadsheet). 

The MySelbyDistrict mapping facility makes it easier than ever for our residents and visitors to find out more about local services in and around their area. This interactive mapping tool allows you to view many layers of information including:

  • Councillors for your area
  • Polling Stations
  • Household Waste Recycling Centres
  • Schools within the district
  • Digital Support locations
  • Car Parks

The Interactive Biodiversity Map enables residents and visitors to visualize and find out information on the broad range of protected natural habitats that are within our District. This includes Ancient Woodlands, Sites of Special Scientific Interest and National Nature Reserves.

The Interactive Heritage Map has information on the important Heritage assets that are within the District. This map includes information on all the Listed Buildings (of which there are over 600), Conservation Areas and Scheduled Ancient Monuments.

Our Interactive Planning Policy Map has been developed to show the existing 2005 Local Plan and 2013 Core Strategy Policies. As well as allocating land for new homes and jobs, the Local Plan promotes policies to protect the heritage of the District and to ensure the provision of affordable housing, open space, cycleways and other facilities.

Our OpenData portal enables anyone to view and download some of our datasets for use within their own systems. All we ask is that you acknowledge that the data has been developed and provided by Selby District Council. Currently we have four datasets available including Green Belt Land, Conservation Areas, Development Limits and Sites of Importance for Nature Conservation.      

We hope you find the above maps useful and informative. Any suggestions for future online information or any feedback would be gratefully received.  You can let us know using our online feedback form.