overdevelopment


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overdevelopment

Excessive development of a land area, neighborhood, or community.
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It demonstrates an overdevelopment of an area and, if granted, would set a dangerous precedent for similar schemes in the future.
The disease is overdevelopment and the entire conspiracy is protected by the smoke screen known as ``gridlock.
Warwick District Council's plans sub-commitee this week agreed with the objectors and refused permission on the grounds that the flats would be un-neighbourly and an overdevelopment.
St Athan Community Council objected to the Wales and West scheme on the grounds that it was outside the village, would be an overdevelopment of the site and access would be too near a crossroads.
Cllr Mark Hannon, of Kirkleatham ward, said: "Redcar residents want assurances that an important part of Redcar's identity is not lost to overdevelopment.
But local residents say it will be overdevelopment of the site and are launching a petition outlining their objections.
Voters are very concerned about the rapid overdevelopment of the Santa Clarita Valley.
THE historic heart of a South Wales town is being destroyed by neglect, overdevelopment and traffic, it has been claimed.
More than 60 residents objected to the scheme, claiming it would be an overdevelopment of the site, which once housed an early 19th Century windmill.
The schools cannot keep up with this relentless overdevelopment.
The council had received a 23-name petition and 11 letters of complaint raising issues including overdevelopment, lack of parking and extra traffic.
Residents opposed to the scheme say it would be an overdevelopment of a peaceful area and would increase the risk of flooding by taking away land that soaks up rain water.