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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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Mpule Kwelagobe Children's village has 44 cluster housing units and 25 of the houses are not in use because they require major maintenance and renovation.
De Blasio said he hoped to curb homelessness in the city by moving those who were forced to take temporarily refuge in commercial hotel rooms and cluster housing apartments into primary shelters where they can receive professional rehabilitation efforts to someday acquire permanent housing.
Contract Award Notice: The Health Board sought bids from providers to support a number of vulnerable adults who may have a learning disability, mental health issues, physical disabilities and/or autism spectrum conditions in their own tenancies within a cluster housing setting in Caithness.
A smaller, round display cluster housing the rev counter and back-up digital speedo readout sits behind the steering wheel in the driver's direct line of vision.
The modules will be sold primarily to system integrators incorporating power supply systems for cluster housing, offices, schools and installers of industrial power supply equipment.
The PCB is enclosed in a plastic cluster housing assembled into the dense instrument panel.
The vehicle features a low driver's seat with increased lateral and lumbar support, a sport-minded, wide grip steering wheel and an instrument cluster housing large, high-visibility, triple dials.
A vegetated buffer of 30 feet in width and eight feet in height is required where cluster housing borders residential zones.
Ghalawanji said that four Turkish companies were interested in cluster housing projects in Syria.
Francese--in a talk that some of the more than 100 participants described as "provocative" and "passionate"--attacked zoning laws that encourage affordable cluster housing in favor of large lots and retirement communities, arguing that the state is now tied with Florida as the sixth oldest in the nation, and has one of the fastest-growing population of other 65.
Unlike aged Australians, they are mostly denied access to cluster housing and village style communities.
For the UA-owned Benchlands, AuYeung thinks Sitka could be well-served with a diverse mix of single-family, multi-family and cluster housing.