Greenfield site

Greenfield site

Land on which no urban development has previously taken place; usually understood to be on the periphery of an existing built-up area.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Planning permission for the greenfield site at Nunthorpe should be refused and St Hilda's, already cleared, should be offered -together with the docks.
No one is suggesting that we will be able to provide all the homes we need without ever building on a greenfield site.
Another entirely unsuitable greenfield site comprises the fields on both sides of Netherton Moor Road.
NORTHUMBERLAND County Council are proposing to build up to 25 new rented properties on a greenfield site to the west of Chapel Lands, Alnwick.
Cala Homes plans to build 175 homes on a greenfield site off the main A456 Birmingham-Kidderminster road.
PERMISSION for 71 homes on a greenfield site was rejected to protect the countryside.
There are brownfield sites such as the former Peugeot site at Ryton which should be used for building purposes before a valuable greenfield site such as this should be touched.
The Greenfield site was part of an asset-transfer deal between Lilly and Covance in 2008, and included a 10-year services pact.
The area is also one of cheapest in which to build, with the government estimating it will costing around $33 million to upgrade Rio Hat's existing infrastructure, compared to the $1 billion required to develop a greenfield site.
The plant, which was commissioned in late November, was built on a greenfield site near Grant's administrative offices in Earlton.
Pembrokeshire had the first combined centre in the wake of the foot and mouth epidemic, but a new one has just opened near Penrith on a greenfield site close to the M6.
Banner officials have admitted the offer is too good to turn down and most clubs in the county are in favour of moving out of Cusack Park to a new greenfield site on the outskirts of the town.