green belt

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green belt

a zone of farmland, parks, and open country surrounding a town or city: usually officially designated as such and preserved from urban development

Green belt

Areas of green land around urban areas to prevent further expansion; they are kept open by severs and normally permanent planning restrictions.

green belt

[′grēn ‚belt]
(meteorology)
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SSC looks for the inefficiencies, such as underutilized asphalt, and creates green spaces.
The way to take off the pressures of density is to soften spaces and create green space,'' Reyes said.
Project EverGreen is a national non-profit organization whose very existence is to raise awareness among consumers by promoting the environmental, economic and lifestyle benefits of green spaces.
Regardless of where they live, most city dwellers the world over appreciate the beauty of green space, although many don't recognize its ecological value or the threat from urban growth.
Planning official Ben Plenty said: "With the cricket pitch there is a significant amount of green space on this development.
Under the banner Save Our Green Space (SOGS), groups included Save Woolton Woods, Save Walton Hall Park, Save Sefton Park Meadows, and Save Manweb Fields, in Wavertree.
Building developers, with council agreement, are targeting a number of green spaces across the borough to fulfil this requirement.
ENVIRONMENTAL charity, Keep Wales Tidy (KWT) yesterday announced the results of the Green Flag Awards for parks and green spaces in Wales.
It's exciting to see the transformational green space projects we are creating all over the city," said Mayor Annise Parker.
But to build on green space should be a last option, as it reduces land available for grazing animals or growing food.
Particularly, the upcoming meeting will be devoted to green space of the capital, 600 hectares of green areas for general use.