Over the next X months/years there is a major development near my current location (a theme park). However, someone has mapped it. They have added carparking and hotels. None of these exist it is bare earth. I have to do something because anyone looking at the map may turn up, expecting a theme park and find nothing. I don't want to just delete the nodes. I could add 'proposed' to the name I suppose but that seems unsatisfactory. What to do?

asked 22 Aug '11, 14:06

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I guess the best thing to do is to tag the objects with something like Key:proposed or Key:construction.

Also Tag:landuse=construction may be useful.

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answered 22 Aug '11, 14:22

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edited 22 Aug '11, 14:29

Thanks, I have modified the ways to include the proposed key.

(22 Aug '11, 18:44) RobChafer
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