|Statement||prepared with permission on Ordnance Survey outline edition (seventh series) ; scale 1:63360 :|
|Contributions||Soil Survey of England and Wales.|
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The Predictive ALC map for Wales is based on the principles of the Agricultural Land Classification System of England & Wales, the Revised Guidelines & Criteria for Grading the Quality of Agricultural Land (MAFF ). This report, published by MAFF in October , provides revised criteria for grading the quality of agricultural land using the Agricultural Land Classification (ALC) of England and Wales. The Agricultural Land Classification provides a framework for classifying land according to the extent to which its physical or chemical characteristics impose long- term limitations on agricultural use. Provisional Agricultural Land Classification Grade. Agricultural land classified into five grades. Grade one is best quality and grade five is poorest quality. A number of consistent criteria used for assessment which include climate (temperature, rainfall, aspect, exposure, frost risk), site (gradient, micro-relief, flood risk) and soil (depth, structure, texture, chemicals, stoniness) for. Helps planning authorities, developers, surveyors and land use managers work with agricultural land. Agricultural land classification: frequently asked questions Describes how the quality of farm land is graded and what this grade means for landowners.
Related datasets. Agricultural Land Classification (ALC) Grades - Post Survey (polygons) Agricultural Land Classification detailed Post survey ALCR The Predictive ALC map for Wales is based on the principles of the Agricultural Land Classification System of England & Wales, the Revised Guidelines & Criteria for Grading the Quality of Agricultural Land (MAFF). Further information on Agricultural Land Classification can be found here. the National Soil Inventory (NSI) databases held in NSRI's Land Information System LandIS. The data are required for reclassifying the land at each NSI 5km grid intersection in England and Wales using the revised Agricultural Land Classification (ALC) of the Ministry of Agriculture. The Agricultural Land Classification (ALC) uses soil and site information to determine a grade (from 1 to 5) that can be used to assess the productivity of land. The ALC grade can ensure that informed decisions can be made over the future use of soil within the planning system.