[hbsmrusers] Places in HBSMR and GIS [Scanned]
Chris.Wardle at leicester.gov.uk
Wed Sep 30 10:54:45 BST 2009
Scott is talking about a UAD.
>>> "Nick Boldrini" <Nick.Boldrini at northyorks.gov.uk> 30/09/2009 10:50 >>>
this s beginning to sound like you are veering into the realms of an EUS - might that be a more appropriate way to deal with this sort of issue? IE multi period development of a town?
just a thought
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>>> "Chris Wardle" <Chris.Wardle at leicester.gov.uk> 30/09/2009 09:57 >>>
It's all a matter of judgement. As someone who maintains a similar unitary authority HER, and from what I know of Nottingham,
-I would do as the NMR have done and have a record for the Saxon burh/Lace Market
-I would also have a separate monument(s) for the Norman castle.
-A third monument for the mediaeval borough that developed between the Saxon burgh and the castle along Castle Gate.
-A forth monument for the later mediaeval town enclosed by its walls
-Perhaps with a fifth for the Market Place.
-Is then up to you to decide to add any significant mediaeval suburbs (perhaps near the main bridge across the Trent).
And so on..
>>> Scott Lomax <Scott.Lomax at nottinghamcity.gov.uk> 30/09/2009 09:20 >>>
Apologies if this has already been responded to. I did send this a month or two ago but all our email accounts were not working and I can't see this message in the archives for the group so I'm assuming it didn't get through.
I'm wondering how people deal with a place on the GIS and in HBSMR. The National Monuments Record have the pre Conquest borough/Mercian burh of Nottingham as a monument in its own right.
I can understand why that is, but then if the pre-Conquest settlement is a monument in its own right, then shouldn't later expansions of Nottingham also be monuments? Where do people draw the line as to which places get classed as monuments when places are constantly growing? If the pre Conquest borough is a monument then should I also record the medieval town as a monument/place? To me, if you have the pre conquest borough then you have to have the medieval town, then the post medieval town and the modern town and you can keep dividing Nottingham's expansion into several different records - Iron Age settlement etc. And if so how does that get mapped in the GIS - just a point, or not bother at all?
I am tempted to just use the Themes module to write a good piece detailing the development of Nottingham over time and have additional map layers to show the extents, rather than have monument records.
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