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greenbelt

An area of natural vegetation around a development,intended to provide a buffer and natural setting.It may be required by zoning or restrictive covenants or may be simply an aesthetic choice.

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CAMPAIGNERS fighting council plans to build on greenbelt land say they were amazed when the council leader joined in their protest march.
So, when we ask what has changed in fifty years, the answer is everything apart from the ever more acute need to protect the greenbelt.
The separation that greenbelt provides, as you enter the valley, is important to Santa Clarita psychologically ,'' said Jeff Lambert, Santa Clarita's planning and building services director.
The Greenbelt Plan has won many awards including the Environmental Commissioner s Office Special Award (2007), among others.
They say they need to release potential sites in the greenbelt because there is not enough land within the urban boundary to meet needs.
Any insurance and risk management program designed for the companies needed to be scalable and adaptable - and, said Greenbelt Resources chairman and CEO Robert Johnson, Helmer Risk created just such a program for his companies.
On the development framework, Mr Opperman added "campaigners fighting these large scale and unnecessary incursions into the greenbelt in my constituency have my unwavering support.
They say they need to release potential sites in greenbelt because there is not enough land within the urban boundary to meet needs.
Plans to build houses at Eastern Green, Coventry, were shelved in March after the city council's greenbelt study found the land wasn't suitable for development.
CONTACT: Dwayne Brown, Headquarters, Washington, +1-202-358-1726, or Edward Campion, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md.
The avalanche of protest at proposals to build factories in the greenbelt around Sutton Coldfield should not surprise Birmingham City Council.
The future of the Fillmore-Piru greenbelt, a swath of undeveloped land joining the two Ventura County cities, will be discussed Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors.