Cluster development


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Cluster development

A development design that concentrates buildings and infrastructure in specific areas on a site to allow remaining land to be used for recreation, common open space, or the preservation of historical or environmentally sensitive features.

cluster housing

Dwellings grouped closely together to form relatively compact units. The space between clusters usually is allocated to pedestrian circulation and cooperative recreational use. This pattern normally results in a higher density of land use than that of a conventional subdivision layout.
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In order to facilitate implementation of Chief Minister Cluster Development Scheme
Giving introductory remarks at a cluster development initiative workshop, Mr Uttom Corea said the intent of the previous workshop was to build capacity as well as maintain momentum as they move towards the development of the clusters.
In the framework of the Punjab Industrial Cluster Development Initiative - CDI, the government of Punjab has signed a cooperation agreement with UNIDO to provide technical assistance for the development of industrial clusters in Punjab province and to support their integration into global value chains said a press release issued here.
The establishment of CFCs is an integral part of SMEDA's Cluster Development activities.
Cluster Development Based Mineral Sector Transformation (cost Rs500m).
The holding of the seminar was create awareness about the utility of cluster development among the local SMEs and other participants, he said.
With such an introduction absent, the individual chapters lack a framework in cluster theory and current insights into industrial cluster development in Asia.
across the world", said Mr Gerardo Patacconi, Chief, CBL Unit of UNIDO, Vienna, at the International Conference on Cluster Development.
Shalabi stated at the Dhahran International Exhibition Center that the assembly of the Isuzu trucks comes under the aegis of the Kingdom's cluster development programme, which is currently developing five industrial conversion targets, including automotive.
Driven mainly by persistent initiatives of such influential global agencies as the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), International Labor Organization (ILO), United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), World Bank, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and so on, the so-called cluster development programs were deeply neoliberal in their basic strategies.
Cluster policy of the selected countries was investigated by study of available documents and by the questionnaire survey of state and regional agencies supporting cluster development.
Like any economic development strategy, cluster development requires a long-term commitment.