Infill


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Infill

A smart growth term referring to using available properties within the community, as opposed to expanding outward or using existing greenfields within the community.
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The full drilling program includes closespaced, infill drilling to delineate the full extent of the high-grade core in the eastern strand across Blocks A, B, C and D.
The campaign is part of the 2011 North Sabah enhanced oil recovery production sharing contract, offshore Malaysia, and entails the drilling and completion of three infill oil producers, using triple splitter wellheads on the St Joseph Jacket-A platform.
Target: A3/4-acre infill project in Sacramento, California
has acquired a 3/4-acre infill project in Sacramento, California for USD 5.1m, the company said.
The first pilot well will test the upside potential in the northeaster A15 area, which could lead to an additional infill well being added to the 2019 programme in the success case.
Coupled with FieldTurf's patented, 3-layer, heavy infill system and state-of-the-art SureLock coating method, the FieldTurf Classic HD turf system has been designed to be the leading slit-film synthetic turf system in the industry with unparalleled player safety and turf drainage rates.
Some were infill for a good reason, some were on previously developed land.
Coun Richard Wearmouth said: "It doesn't go without some thought about what the applicant says, but I don't really think this is infill."
Planning officers accepted the application could be considered to amount to infill development and would not represent inappropriate development in the green belt.
Depending on the statistical model, the Residential Infill Project changes are expected to result in anywhere from 3,883 to 24,333 more housing units than under current zoning.
A complete Windfall mineral resource estimate update is scheduled for release in 2019 upon the completion of the ongoing infill drilling program.