Development footprint

Development footprint

The area on the project site that has been impacted by any development activity. Hardscape, access roads, parking lots, nonbuilding facilities, and building structure are all included in the development footprint.
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It is aiming for an efficient public sector, productive human capital and a regionally equalised development footprint. The province plans to create an average of 1.20 million new jobs annually over the next five years, thereby contributing sixty percent to national target of ten million jobs.
To add to India's worries, if the sun begins to set on US troop presence as part of the deal, India would lose the hard security umbrella that enabled it to successfully expand its development footprint in Afghanistan post-9/11.
The company's development footprint spans 25.2 million square feet of completed, ongoing and forthcoming residential projects across seven Indian cities.
"Through a tighter alignment with research priorities and deeper integration with Stony Brook's larger research and talent communities, this collaboration will expand the university's economic development footprint while broadening our contribution to individual, community and economic well-being," Stanley said.
The cost of opening each location is also "minuscule" compared to Life Time's overall real estate development footprint.
Like the way a lady bug goes after its garden prey, JKF held on strongly to the idea of coming back as Ekiti governor to finish the unfinished business which he referred to in his acceptance speech after winning the gubernatorial primaries as 'the business of deepening our development footprint and making poverty history in this land.'
OKLAHOMA CITY A new car dealership is coming to town with a much smaller development footprint than city officials are used to for such businesses.
Such resources could follow the development footprint set by shale gas revolution, which had remarkably changed the landscape of the gas industry globally.
Proceeds from the IPO will be used to further expand DMWAI's real estate development footprint with mixed-use commercial and residential projects in Aseana City, one of the largest and fastest growing mixed-use business districts in the Philippines'Manila Bay Area.
The new center will include a training area and will grow the company's research and development footprint in Prestwick from approximately 8,000 square feet to 70,000 square feet.
Proceeds will be mainly used to further expand its real-estate development footprint through a mix of commercial and residential projects in Aseana City.

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