Green MKP (Indicator)
After reading this page:
- you've learned what the green MKP indicator is.
- you've learned how the green MKP indicator is calculated.
- you've learned how to adjust your project in order to make the indicator functional.
The green MKP Indicator calculates per different type of area a grade based on the amount of green in this area. The allocation of the area determines the calculation of the grade. Each type of area has different parameters for the amount and value of green. For example, an area with mostly industrial buildings is allowed to have less green than a residential area.
This indicator is for example useful for projects in where:
- (one of the) goals is to work on reaching a certain green target
- different spatial plans are compared in the 3D world
- the project area should become climate adaptive
The green MKP Indicator belongs to the set of MKP indicators. MKP stands for Environmental Quality Models (MileuKwaliteitsProfielen) and consist of up to 20 indicators to assess the built environment. The MKP and therefore the indicators are created by the Province of Utrecht. Read more about the MKP indicators and the theory behind it on this page.
This Excel indicator can be downloaded from the Tygron Index. Read on to find out more about the indicator's calculation method and how to set it up in your project.
The indicator panel shows the following information:
- The area name
- The score per area
The score is represented in a progress bar, with a scale from 0 to 100%. Determine if you want to calculate the absolute or relative score. In general, the more green is present in an area, the higher the score is.
For this indicator, the area types your project consist of have to be imported or created in the project. For the steps and how to, read the information on the general MKP page.