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green space

A natural area in or around a development,intended to provide buffer,noise control, recreational use, and/or wildlife refuge, all in order to enhance the quality of life in and around the development.

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We purchased land near the green belt but the SDDA officials sold the green belt illegally after cutting all the trees,' said Amanullah, another resident of the township.
The Green Belt fairy council has asked Pat Cook to thank the children for their charming letters and has thanked her for ensuring that a reply was sent to all who gave their names and addresses.
The plan was modified slightly to water down any references to "brown field sites first" to the extent that developers can immediately start development of green belt sites.
Kempton Park has been rated "strong" and although the council stresses Arup's report is not a policy or decision-making document on the release of green belt land for development it will form a key part of Spelthorne's evidence base for its local plan review.
Green belt land is "protected" space surrounding urban areas which, under most circumstances, can not be built on.
Both wanted assurances that the green belt is kept intact and not turned into a "green wedge".
But campaigners are furious that Jesme is seeking to erode the green belt while, in England, Fox has long campaigned for its protection.
A previous set of proposals sparked concern over their plans to reduce the green belt at Hexham and Ponteland.
Most controversial proposal in the plan is to build 6,000 homes and a large factory on green belt land east of Walmley - at a site called the Langley Sustainable Urban Extension.
Early exchanges in the inquiry at Aston University revolved around the council's proposals to release green belt land east of Walmley for the construction of a major factory and up to 6,000 homes.
The company also proposed that three areas of green belt land which they also own, near Ferry Road and Seaview Avenue, should be removed from the green belt and re-designated either "industrial" or "residential".