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village green

An open space or public park, once traditionally located at the center of a village; still found in many towns today; also see common.
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Targeting LEED Gold certification upon completion, Village Green West prices at tower residences begin at $7,950,000 million.
Two generations later, in his masterwork, The Village Green Preservation Society, the Kinks' Ray Davies embraced us all with his images of childhood friendship, bike-shed cigarettes, teenage love, a girl called Daisy, virginity, custard, the church, the clock and steeple, Sunday school, strawberry jam, antique tables, draught beer, Tudor houses, a witch.
Our booth will include actual students from the Village Green Virtual Charter School using the technology to complete their curriculum and schoolwork.
The Llandaff Society filed an application with Cardiff council in April under the 2006 Commons Act to have the meadow designated as a village green.
If the council objects, the registration authority may still find that a village green exists and vice versa.
But in a landmark village green case, which has significant implications for applications for registration of land by local authorities, the Supreme Court ruled that a field in Whitby, North Yorkshire, cannot be registered as a "town or village green" despite the fact that its owner, Scarborough Borough Council, has allowed its informal use for playing football and walking dogs for more than 20 years.
Residents in Cramlington, Northumberland, had been working to get land known locally as Central Park, north of Station Road in the town, turned into a village green.
Village Green Apartments Little Rock LLC bought the project from Village Green AR Associates LLC.
The successful team just took a listing of a single family home at Village Green of Bradenton.
According to Birmingham City Council's specially convened Village Green Inquiry report you are as likely to see someone urinating up a tree, chucking litter in a bush, or some guy charging Aston Villa supporters to park their cars on match days in Bevington Road.
But Birmingham's newest village green is a far cry from being a haven of Middle England tranquility.
The village green application concerns part of the land used as playing fields by Blue Coat School and part of the council's land adjoining the medieval Charterhouse building.

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