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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Adding character and green space to the streets invites pedestrian traffic, leading to more profitable retail real estate in the area.
River to improve water quality and provide more green space for city dwellers.
And it continues to do so, focusing on public relations and publicity as its primary vehicles to tell the story about the benefits of green spaces.
Fortunately for Stockholmers, with so much lush green space, their parks offer much more than just recreation.
These are intended to enclose and terminate the green space, with the cylinder acting as a landmark against the hillside.
When the QE hospital was rebuilt and merged with Selly Oak, sadly a lot of green space was built on.
GREEN space campaigners gathered outside Liverpool Town T Hall ahead of the last meeting of the full council before the general election.
Nature's World is one such valuable green space, offering the opportunity for families to experience a fascinating green environment with lots of additional features within its grounds.
This year, 65 parks and 37 communitymanaged green spaces have been awarded recognition for their excellent facilities as well as their commitment to delivering great quality green space
This project marks the return of ScottsMiracle-Gro to the Houston area, where the company has previously supported two community and school-based green space initiatives.
THERE has been a lot of coverage in the local media regarding building on green space in this city and beyond.