Business establishments, with address and industry classification
Data collected as part of the City of Melbourne's Census of Land Use and Employment (CLUE). The data covers the period 2002-2020. It show business establishments with their business address, industry (ANZSIC4) classification, location and CLUE block and small area allocation.
A business establishment is defined as a
• Commercial occupant in a building
• Separate land use
• Any permanent presence of economic activity in accordance with standard Industry classification (ANZSIC).
Hence, if one organisation has its presence in several buildings in the CLUE area, each time it will be counted as a separate establishment. Consequently, the count of establishments presented in CLUE represents the number of locations, rather than 'enterprises'.
For more information about CLUE see http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/clue
For more information about the ANZSIC industry classification system see http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/1292.0
|Name||Socrata field name||Column name in ||Data type||Description|
|x coordinate||x_coordinate||x_coordinate||Number||The longitude of the establishment|
|CLUE small area||clue_small_area||clue_small_area||Text||CLUE small areas are composed of a group of city blocks, each of which is identified by a unique block number.|
|Location||location||location||Point||The latitude and longitude of the establishment|
|Base property ID||bps_base_id||bps_base_id||Number||Base Property ID is an individual key use to identify each land parcel which is a space (not a street or road) capable of being the parent property of either a Building Property or an occupancy property, the base is the first tier in the property hierarchy.|
|Property ID||property_id||property_id||Number||Property ID is the optional second tier in the property hierarchy, is an individual key use to identify when multiple buildings are located within the boundary of a Base Property ID.|
|Block ID||block_id||block_id||Text||The Census area is divided into city blocks, each of which is identified by a unique block number. Blocks are primarily defined by major roads. There are around 606 blocks in the City of Melbourne.|
|Census year||census_year||census_year||Number||The CLUE census year refers to the year in which surveying was completed.|
|Business address||trading_name||trading_name||Text||Street Address of the business establishment.|
|Industry (ANZSIC4) description||anzsic4_description||anzsic4_description||Text||Each establishment in CLUE is classified by an ANZSIC 4 description, allocated to the predominant industry within which it operates using the Australian New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) developed by the ABS.|
|Industry (ANZSIC4) code||anzsic4_code||anzsic4_code||Number||Each establishment in CLUE is classified by an ANZSIC 4 code, allocated to the predominant industry within which it operates using the Australian New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) developed by the ABS.|
|y coordinate||y_coordinate||y_coordinate||Number||The latitude of the establishment|