The area has been screened off
by hoardings, but now special viewing spaces will allow passers-by to see how the project is progressing.
Don't tuck it away in a screened off
corner as pests will thrive.
The court heard testimony from several high-ranking members of the Army before the soldiers involved in the training exercise took the stand, screened off
by a curtain.
Early this week sniffer dogs were brought in to assist in the search of the 30-foot long garden, which was screened off
from public view.
As a result of this terrible tragedy we have screened off
direct view on to the scene as a mark of respect.
At the west end, screened off
by glass balustrading, is a stainless steel pit traversed by a glass bridge which links the two laboratory wings.
The boys' grave was screened off
by a green tarpaulin while the coffin was taken away.
The woman suffered an alleged sex attack on April 2 as she lay in a bed in an area screened off
from the accident and emergency department.
Each room has special panoramic glass surroundings - which can be screened off
for privacy - and they also have clinical waste bins, which enable material to be emptied directly from the ICCU rooms to the external corridor, thereby reducing the risk of infection.
That was the message from scores of business and tourism leaders who say run-down parks should up the ante instead of being screened off
The chancel will be screened off
from the nave this week to allow the smoke-damaged alter to be cleaned, and the pews are being removed and cleaned.
Whilst it makes sense to anticipate an increased demand for medical services to the drunk and disorderly, I'm not so sure that turning the old Guildhall into a bomb shelter complete with screened off
cubicles and porta-loos is necessarily sending out the right signals.