green space


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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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But local residents and councillors have objected to the scheme because it will remove green space and could overshadow neighbouring properties.
58% of land to green space, whereas Cardiff manages only 8.
Ahead of the public release of the data today, cities have been rated for their access to the green space.
The German capital is hailed for its green spaces, where Berliners flock to at the first glimpse of sun.
Stainton Quarry & Kell Gate Green, cared for by the Friends of Stainton and Thornton Green Spaces, have once again been awarded a Green Flag Community Award.
Furthermore, open green space users express differing aesthetic preferences and values for features like diverse vegetation and trees, water, varied terrain, and topography(Yuen, 1996;T.
The location is judged by green space experts who volunteer their time to visit applicant sites and assess them against strict criteria, including horticultural standards, cleaniness, sustainability and community involvement.
After a busy week working in the city, nothing beats the sense of peace and contentment of rambling through an open green space as the stresses of everyday life melt away.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Opposition Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) ystanbul Provincial Director Mehmet BE-lent KarataE- planted seeds on Thursday to protest the opening to construction of a 158,000-square-meter green space next to Emirgan Grove -- a historic urban park located in one of ystanbul's most exclusive neighborhoods.
The results exhibitis that the per capita green space was far less in Gulberg town-Lahore as suggested by international standards set forth for a sustainable city.
Thus, environmental quality becomes a fundamental building block of social well-being and UQOL (European Environment Agency, 2009) which raises concern surrounding environmental elements like housing, transportation, air quality and public green space as important determinants of QOL (Makra and Sumeghy, 2007).
Particularly, the upcoming meeting will be devoted to green space of the capital, 600 hectares of green areas for general use.