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hardstand

[′härd‚stand]
(civil engineering)
A paved or stabilized area where vehicles or aircraft are parked.
Open ground area having a prepared surface and used for storage of material.
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There is a side gravel area with meandering brick path, two timber sheds and further vehicle hardstanding.
Mr and Mrs P Ramsden, formation of parking area in garden area, building of retaining wall and formation of hardstanding (conservation area) 173 Penistone Road, Kirkburton.
Swansea magistrates heard how Walters had registered his intentions to use hardcore to construct a hardstanding and base for a barn.
Trimming was accomplished in a cost-effective manner once the system was hooked up to a CAT 14G Grader; the equipment was initially used for the laying of the sub-base of a 14,000 square metre area of aircraft hardstanding which was followed by a 24,000 square metre taxiway extension.
Tenders are invited for Provn Of Hardstanding Around Vip Cottage Provn Of Wiremesh Around Cook House At Or Mess Provn Of Plinth Provn Of Rain Shed At Adm Block Provn Of Compound Wall And Gate To Kg School And Repairs And Maint Of Sewage System Periodical Services Repairs
Last year, the festival campsite was moved to hardstanding at Huntcliffe School car park - this year, organisers will use the site again for caravans and camper vans, entrance off Guisborough Road directly opposite Saltburn Golf Club.
The blocked paved frontage provides off-road parking, while to the back there is a patio, lawn, decking, two sheds, a substantial workshop and hardstanding.
Mr Z Iqbal, one and two storey rear extensions, front porch and hardstanding to front garden, 106 Coniston Avenue, Dalton.
This winter 50 hardstanding pitches are being installed at Islawrffordd Caravan Park in Talybont, Barmouth.
The work includes 21 new hardstanding pitches, paved roadways and landscaping throughout the nine-acre site.
The site comprises a large hardstanding for the parking of Rotala's fleet of coaches and chauffeur-driven cars, an extensive multi-bay maintenance and repairs centre, large stores buildings for parts, an operations complex and an office.
The travellers moved on to the site at Eckington in May 2004 and installed permanent hardstanding for caravans and a drainage system without permission from Wychavon District Council.