High Rise


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High Rise

A tall building for residential and/or office space. High rises are most common in urban and densely populated areas. Buying or renting space in a high rise may be more expensive than buying or renting space in an outlying area.
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"We will meanwhile continue to routinely carry out operational assurance visits at high rise premises for the purposes of checking facilities and arrangements for firefighting and firefighter safety."
Vice Chairman LDA, S M Imran said issuance of NOC was being made easy and time bound to attract business and high rise building investors.
Lahore Commissioner Dr Mujtaba Paracha said the high rises had become the need of hour for Lahore because of massive population increase and rising influx of people for residential and commercial purposes.
Last year, the city council approved 21 high rise buildings with 28 levels as the highest.
to issue public notices to the residents of the high rise buildings around the airport, citing safety concerns about the building being in the path of flights taking off and landing from Delhi.
Inspections of privately owned high rises will be completed by the end of this week, but the suspect material has not been found on any assessment so far.
However, the design of these high rise buildings indicated that these buildings have all sorts of measures for protection of strong earthquake jolt of measuring ten.
This case study focuses on the selection of efficient ways to locate high rise buildings in Vilnius, which may help to avoid a chaotic character in the future and create attractive conditions for investors.
International consultancy EC Harris in Newcastle is working on a wide range of regeneration projects throughout the North-East of England and is heavily involved in high rise developments in other parts of the UK.
THE hunt is on in Dudley to find the high rise neighbour of the year.THE hunt is on in Dudley to find the high rise neighbour of the year.
US regulators have banned virtually all small planes from a popular New York flight path over safety and security concerns prompted by this week's crash of a plane that hit a Manhattan high rise. Oct 15, 2006
As part of ASOP, in the winter of 2005 Securitas conducted an eight-hour training class for about 45 officers who work in Los Angeles high rise buildings, says Geoff Craig-head, CPP, the company's vice president of high-rise and real estate services.

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