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open space

Land that is intentionally left undeveloped as an amenity for a project.

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Scholars in different subjects do researches on open space system with various concerns and methods.
gt; The open space development plan must include the management plan for the developed and rehabilitated areas.
Feedback will help inform that review, as well as Liverpool's Local Plan - a Government-required report setting out how the council will meet demands for open space, housing and jobs up to 2032/33.
Robert Macleod, managing director, of Global North, a certification body which audits businesses against international ISO standards, such as ISO9001, has taken virtual residency with the BIC after viewing the new Open Space facility.
According to the town's website, in 2002, a temporary committee appointed to update the document's Open Space and Recreation Plan recommended creating a permanent committee, the Open Space Advisory Committee, "to develop overall plans and implementation strategies for open space, including implementation of the Open Space and Recreation Plan.
On October 1, 2003, Goodspeed filed an application to have the 43-acre portion designated and assessed as open space pursuant to Connecticut statute.
YEAR TWO: Edgwick Park, surface improvements; Swanswell Park, play area and pool pump replacement; Coundon Hall Park, play area; Primrose Hill Park, surfacing and fencing refurbishments; Radford Common, play improvements and site security; Caludon Castle Park, play area; Pinley Gardens open space.
The motion before council that I am proposing today would protect all open space, including school land and our historic parks across the city.
This open space may be undisturbed forest or pastureland, or it may include recreation facilities and trails.
If this doesn't resolve the problems, the council will consider fencing in the whole of the open space areas.
46 million a year to buy, maintain and develop parkland and open space, and the money could have been used to generate tens of millions more.
The the town of Flower Mound, northwest of Dallas, Texas, has designated two conservation developments, residential projects that cluster dwelling units on smaller lots than are currently zoned to protect and preserve open space.

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