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bedroom community

See satellite community; also called a dormitory suburb.
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HOUSEHOLDERS living in commuter towns outside Dublin are being urged to cash in on next year's Ryder Cup - by packing up and moving out.
Consett is nevertheless a popular commuter town, say the consultants, and is projected to witness population growth requiring over 3,200 homes by 2030.
The Wales international's home in the affluent Glasgow commuter town of Bothwell was attacked while he and his girlfriend were away.
PLANS to build homes on the outskirts of a Midland village have been condemned by residents who fear the development will resurrect a scheme to create a new commuter town for Birmingham.
Truro's quick transport links and nearby Newquay airport are seeing it evolve into a commuter town.
The only passenger service still operating in the country takes two hours to link central Lagos with Ijoko, a small commuter town less than 30 kilometres (20 miles) away.
Describing her "hand to mouth" upbringing in small row home with three siblings and two struggling actor parents in a London commuter town, Kate explained, "People think I'm lying.
THE changes which have taken Leamington from a tiny backwater to a health resort and commuter town have been captured in a new book.
This project is part of a general revitalization of Weston-Super-Mare which has become a commuter town for Bristol, bringing in many new families.
Top of the list was Glasgown commuter town Bellshill in Strathclyde.
Southport has successfully positioned itself in the marketplace as a slightly more up market resort and as a commuter town for Merseyside.
What better place to hit the citizens of this commuter town than in their cars?