In recent years I have been making use of the OSM land use polygon layer in my work. However, it can be quite patchy. In the UK there are huge areas missing and in the Netherlands the polygons overlap. The online map OSMlanduse.org exists and is far more comprehensive.

Is this a map connected with the open street map layers? If so is it waiting for someone to implement them?

Thanks!

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The "Info $ Contact" button on that site displays quite a lot of detail about what it is and how OSM and other data is used to create it. At the bottom of that there are a couple of links to publications with much more detail.

(18 Jun, 08:35) SomeoneElse ♦
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