Apartments - A furnished apartment or flat with cooking and bathroom facilities that can be rented for holiday vacations. A building arranged into individual dwellings, often on separate floors. May also have retail outlets on the ground floor.
Hotels - Hotel - an establishment that provides paid lodging. A building designed with separate rooms available for overnight accommodation.
Hostels - Cheap accommodation with shared bedrooms.
Motels - Short term accommodation, particularly for people travelling by car.
Guest houses - Accommodation without hotel license that is typically owner-operated, such as bed&breakfasts etc.
Industrial land use - Predominantly industrial landuses such as workshops, factories, or warehouses.
Residential land use - Predominantly residential detached (single houses, grouped dwellings), or attached (apartments, flats, units) dwellings. Residential land is land where people reside.
Forest - Natural woodland, wooded area (maintained by human to obtain forest products).
Grass - Smaller areas of mown and managed grass for example in the middle of a roundabout, verges beside a road or in the middle of a dual-carriageway.
Commercial business areas - Predominantly commerical businesses and their offices. Commerical businesses can sell services on site and may include private Doctor's Surgeries, and those non-government services for mental and physical health, such as a Counsellor's or Physiotherapist's practice or Veterinary. Commercial businesses can also include office buildings and business parks which have limited interface with the public and sell their services either on site, or externally. Commercial businesses have low amounts of public foot traffic.
Areas under construction - A site which is under active development and construction of either a building, strucutre, including any purposeful alteration to the land or vegetation upon it.
Retail businesses - Predominantly retail businesses such as shops. Retail businesses sell physical goods such as food (prepared or grocery), clothing, medicine, stationary, appliances, tools, or other similar physical items. Retail businesses have high amounts of public foot traffic.
Brownfields - Describes land scheduled for new development where old buildings have been demolished and cleared
Depots - An area used as a depot for e.g. vehicles (trains, buses or trams).
Farmlands - An area of farmland used for tillage (cereals, vegetables, oil plants, flowers).
Farmyards - An area of land with farm buildings like farmhouse, dwellings, farmsteads, sheds, stables, barns, equipment sheds, feed bunkers, etc. plus the open space in between them and the shrubbery/trees around them.
Greenfields - Describes land scheduled for new development where there have been no buildings before. A greenfield is scheduled to turn into a construction site.
Railways areas - Area for railway use, generally off-limits to the general public.
Recreation ground - An open green space for general recreation, which may include pitches, nets and so on, usually municipal but possibly also private to colleges or companies.
Village green - An area of common land, usually grass, in the centre of a village (quintessentially English – defined separately from 'common land' under the Commons Registration Act 1965 and the Commons Act 2006).
Vineyards - A piece of land where grapes are grown.
Natural cover - Natural and physical land features, also include features that have been modified by humans.
Woods, forests - Woodland where timber production does not dominate use.
Scrubs - Uncultivated land covered with bushes or stunted trees.
Heath - Bare lower lying uncultivated land with bushes but little or no tree cover.
Moor - Upland areas, characterised by low-growing vegetation on acidic soils.
Grasslands - Where vegetation is dominated by grasses and other herbaceous (non-woody) plants, except for ornamental grass, mowing for hay, etc.
Bare rock - An area with sparse or no vegetation, so that the bedrock becomes visible.
Sand - Ground coverage of mostly silica particles, with no or very sparse vegetation.
Wetlands - Waterlogged area. Distinct ecosystem that is inundated by water, either permanently or seasonally, where oxygen-free processes prevail. The primary factor that distinguishes wetlands from other land forms or water bodies is the characteristic vegetation of aquatic plants, adapted to the unique hydric soil.
Points of interest - Various mix of points of interest. A desirable or useful feature or facility of a building or place. Something, such as a swimming pool or shopping centre, that is intended to make life more pleasant or comfortable for the people in a town, hotel, or other place.
Health and beauty shops - Health and beauty shops - personal hygiene, cosmetics, household cleaning products, erotic, hairdresser, herbalist, massage, medical supplies, optician, perfumery, tattoo
Household and gardening shops - Do-it-yourself, household, building materials and gardening shops - like agrarian, appliance, bathroom furnishing, electrical, energy, fireplace, florist, garden centre, garden furniture, gas, glaziery, hardware, houseware, locksmith, paint, security, trade
Furniture and interior shops - Furniture and interior shops - goods like antiques, bed, candles, carpet, curtain, doors, flooring, furniture, interior decoration, kitchen, lamps, tiles, window blind
Electronics shops - Electronics shops - goods like computer, robot, electronics, hifi, mobile phone, radiotechnics, vacuum cleaner
Outdoors and sport shops - Outdoors and sport shops, vehicles - e.g. atv, bicycle, boat, car, car repair, car parts, caravan, fuel, fishing, free flying, hunting, jetski, motorcycle, outdoor, scuba diving, ski, snowmobile, sports, swimming pool, trailer, tyres
Art and hobbies shops - Art, music, hobbies - collector, craft, frame, games, model, music, musical instrument, photo, camera, trophy, video, video games