Infilling


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Infilling

Material used to fill the space in a framework; also the process of placing additional buildings between existing ones.

infilling

Material used to fill the spaces, within a frame, between structural members of a building; provides additional thermal insulation, fire resistance, and stiffness. Also see fill insulation.
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The construction work is quite straightforward, but you must make sure the infilling material is securely fixed to the existing house wall and the canopy.
Mr Paul Harris, senior planning officer at Stratford District Council, said the council had originally deemed Wootton Wawen inappropriate for small scale infilling. But, after the first draft of the plan was published, two letters of objection were received last summer.
But with Solihull's lack of industrial heritage there is little potential for brownfield development, while infilling within existing residential areas could destroy the borough's leafy and spacious urban character.
Drilling at Walford Creek is currently focussed on infilling significant gap zones in the Amy Resource area.
"The site is currently under several kinds of pressure of anthropogenic origin, such as urbanisation and pollution by sewage water and solid waste and is in a serious degradation and risks infilling, which will have a negative impact on biodiversity and risks to be removed from the list," the press release reads.
The firm China Wu Yi Engineering and Construction Company is illegally infilling wetlands on either side of the new bypass that they are building between Redhill road to the junction of Waiyaki Way and James Gichuru road.