dormitory town


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dormitory town

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This explosion of new housing effectively saw Cramlington become a dormitory town of Newcastle.
To say that the local leaders are "thrilled with the design" and it has the "wow factor" beggars belief, and this fills me with gloom and dismay that Coventry has lost an opportunity to reverse our image as a city of pound shops, pay day loan shops and a dormitory town for university student accommodation.
In the post industrial age Burnley, with a population of 73,000, is a dormitory town for Manchester, Leeds and the M62 corridor.
People would reportedly come and camp on the areas of sand dunes that border the area and this swelled the population of the then small dormitory town, the team's website explains.
Arandis, established in 1978 as a dormitory town of the Rossing Uranium mine is slowly turning into a proper town after years of fearing that the town will become a ghost town.
The contract involves the complete renovation of the building that housed the dormitory town "Pellico" Ala (TN) with demolition and reconstruction of the existing wing and the creation of a new volume compendium on the south side of the existing building for the implementation of the enlargement of the elementary school and construction of the school canteen kitchens with relative
Claude-Achille Debussy was born in the Paris dormitory town of Saint-Germain-en-Laye on August 22 1862, and entered the Paris Conservatoire ten years later, where he proved a somewhat erratic student.
And also that dormitory town residents paid income tax which provided the bulk of local authority budgets, on a per capita basis.
The former steel town of Corby, for example, went from wasteland to boom town in a few years, but then reverted to a bland dormitory town.
I know Newmarket quite well, and to have a dormitory town shoved within it would be terrible.
Yet for all its gung-ho planning and social engineering, Almere still has the dull, tranquillised air of a dormitory town.
The International Centre For Missing And Exploited Children lies in the dormitory town of Alexandria, a 20-minute drive from downtown Washington.