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cluster development

A subdivision planning design in which housing is clustered together on relatively small lots with a larger amount of common area shared by all;also called open space development and conservation subdivision.Requires some sort of homeowners association with the ability to assess dues in order to maintain the common area.Contrast with checkerboard development.

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Speaking at the 4th Kgomokhumo beef cluster initiative implementation plan update session, Mr Opelo said it was an open secret that Botswana beef was regarded highly in niche markets, especially in South Africa and Western Europe.
The empirical evidence indicates the CAO knew about the cluster initiative, but in general, with client-focused activity, the CAO was not involved.
The event is hosted in partnership with the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology and the Unmanned Aerial Systems Cluster Initiative of Oklahoma and Kansas.
* Industry Innovation Cluster Initiative to explore appropriate measures of encouraging innovation-based entrepreneurship and competitiveness among Indian MSMEs.
The process of establishing the co-op was supported by a number of organizations, including West Virginia University Extension Service, the Value Chain Cluster Initiative, West Virginia Office of Child Nutrition's Farm to School initiative, and the Ohio Cooperative Development Center at The Ohio State University South Centers (OCDC).
The department issued an RFP to ensure the identified 16 Career Clusters were covered equally, and the State Career Cluster Initiative was born in 2001.
The grant has already been awarded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) back in June, within the scope of the "m4 - Personalised Medicine and Targeted Therapies: a new Dimension of Drug Development" Munich Leading-Edge Cluster initiative and now it has been increased.
She is not part of the cluster initiative, but her recruitment gives Prehoda hope.
It is also common that the formation of a cluster and the support of its development is connected with the so-called cluster initiative, which, according to the Cluster Initiative Greenbook (Solvell et al.
Student exchange agreements with 26 leading fashion institutes from around the world and a special craft cluster initiative that encourages working with local craftsmen ensure that there is never a dull moment for students during their four- year undergraduate course.
The urban cluster initiative is a response, in part, to the lack of inner-city supermarkets.
In early October, CLF Ventures kicked off its "New England Food Hub Cluster Initiative" with the Wholesome Wave Foundation as part of a two year grant for capacity building around food hubs in New England.