multistorey


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multistorey

1. (of a building) having many storeys
2. Engineering a multistorey car park
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According to the plan chalked out by the Ministry of Urban Development ( MoUD), the government' residential colony of Sarojini Nagar will witness multistorey residential towers compris- ing around 9,500 residential units besides 1.
Firefighters were called to the eighth floor of the multistorey car park in Epworth Street, opposite the Royal Liverpool Hospital, at 6.
A council officer's report, to be considered by councillors this Wednesday, asks councillors to agree the principle of "the use of the central car parks only for short stays, the increasing role of park and ride sites for long stays, the construction of multistorey car parks linked directly to the ring road, and the expectation that users should expect a short walk to their final destination".
Currently the multi-storey is free but once it is completed users will pay pounds 2 for up to two hours' parking in the multistorey car park, pounds 2.
Building work on the new multistorey car park is on target and is expected to open in September.
Councillor David Bryden, who has special responsibility for planning and development, said: "I am delighted to announce the introduction of some new parent and toddler spaces within the Ropewalk multistorey car park.
The development company, a Mersey Docks Group subsidiary, has been granted planning approval by Liverpool City Council for a multistorey car park building which will incorporate a 6,350 sq ft creche facility and 8,000 sq ft of retail units.
The plan is to provide offices and a multistorey car park which would have spaces available for public use at council prices.
TAXPAYERS will be spared from bailing out any overspend on the new Kings Dock arena by a multistorey car park.
Members of the Conwy and Denbighshire NHS Trust Board last night considered a recommendation that a new 200-space multistorey car park be built in the hospital grounds in Bodelwyddan.
Developer Oakmoor Deeley is nominated for expanding Leigh Mills from a 660-space car park with seven levels into an 18-deck multistorey with 1,100 spaces.
Opening hours at the John Barford multistorey, in Rugby town centre, were extended in November to give late-night shoppers, revellers and theatre-goers a safer option for pounds 1 a ticket.