If you want to find where the greenbelts are, this page is for you.
There is a useful map of greenbelts in England on the Daily Telegraph site.
The CPRE/Natural England report Greenbelts in England; a greener future has a lot of information about each of the English greenbelts as well as maps of each one.
England: By far the best mapping for local areas is on the defra magic site:
You will need to “drill down” into the map to get to the greenbelt areas. The source is:
Designations/Land-Based Designations/Non-statutory folder in the Table of Contents.
This site also maps National Parks, AONB, SSI and a host of other designations some statutary some not. This is also useful for Scotland and Wales.
Scotland has a very useful map of the greenspaces in the country.: The greenbelts are:
- Greater Glasgow
- Ayr and Prestwick
- East Lothian and Midlothian
- Falkirk and Grangemouth
A further three Green Belts have been established in Structure Plans, around Perth, St. Andrews and Dunfermline.
Wales: The Newport Cardiff proposals are mapped in the Cardiff Structure plan:
https://www.cardiff.gov.uk/ENG/resident/Planning/Local-Development… · PDF file