Select a Type of Site Botanical Institution Sites where botanical or horticultural research, instruction or education is their main purpose. Cemetery Burial grounds separate from place of worship/church: Church of England, Jewish, Roman Catholic, Quaker, other denomination. Churchyard Mainly burial grounds adjacent to a church/place of worship, but can include a church garden without graves/tombs. Doorstep Green The Doorstep Greens initiative was launched by the Countryside Agency in April 2001, in order to provide grants to local communities to help them to create and manage their own special local open space. Garden Feature Remnants Sites where only a remnant of a former landscape or garden feature remains, e.g. parkland fragment, avenue, grotto, ornamental pond, shrubbery. Garden Square Garden enclosure (usually private/communal) surrounded by housing on at least three sides; includes garden squares now publicly accessible. Housing/Estate Landscaping Landscaped grounds created for housing development, a public or private estate, garden suburb, garden village, social housing. Institutional Grounds Landscaped grounds of institutions including school, college, hospital, former asylum, prison etc. Other Sites that do not fit into any other category. Pocket Park GLA's Pocket Parks Scheme launched in 2013 to fund the creation of new spaces across London for the community; in 2016 the initiative went country-wide and funded by the government. A Pocket Park is defined as ‘a piece of land of up to 0.4 hectares, which may already be underdeveloped or derelict’ and is considered to provide a small area of inviting public green space where people can relax, exercise, socialise and play; and can be natural and/or formal in character. Private Garden Garden of a single private property, e.g. villa garden, almshouse garden or grounds, nursery garden, roof garden, private communal garden that is not a Garden Square (see above). Private Open Land Includes private golf courses, estate land/parkland, private sports ground, other private use e.g. reservoir. Public Gardens Publicly-accessible gardens, includes former burial grounds/churchyards converted to public gardens, garden of public building e.g. town hall, library etc. Public Open Land Includes commons, greens, heaths, woodland, nature reserves, river or canalside landscaping, cycleway, former airfield (unless now a public park). Public Park Publicly-accessible municipal parks and royal parks, includes public golf courses. Square Essentially hard-landscaped spaces, including both public and private squares, courtyards.