Newlands project

Newlands project,

on the Carson and Truckee rivers, W Nev.; one of the first projects built by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (1903–8). Lahontan Dam was completed in 1915 to produce electricity for the project.
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Grainger has also been granted outline planning consent for 2,550 homes for the Newlands project in Waterlooville, also in Hampshire.
The Newlands project is important to the local area with several residential communities surrounding the site and there are allotments, currently increasing in popularity, around the edges of Town Lane.
In addition, each of the sites developed under Newlands will be managed by the Forestry Commission under a 99-year lease, making the Newlands projects sustainable in the long-term.
The pounds 1.78m project is part of the commission's nationwide Newlands project.
In 1905, the Bureau of Reclamation's first water development project, the Newlands Project, altered water availability and flow to Lahontan cutthroat trout.
Roughly half of the Truckee River's flows are diverted via the Truckee Canal for use in the Newlands Project (Colby et al.
The Truckee Carson Irrigation District, which administers the Newlands project, is the largest user of irrigation water in the Truckee-Carson River Basin.
The grant comes under the Newlands project (New Economic Environments through Woodlands) and the long-term investment for Bidston Moss will be pounds 2,767,538.
The Newlands project is the result of a partnership between the North West Development Agency and the Forestry Commission.
The Newlands project will turn 435 hectares of eyesore land -an area equivalent to 430 soocer pitches -into community forests.
Town Lane is one of six Newlands projects in the Mersey belt area of the north west.
``These include Women's Aid, Victim Support, the NSPCC, social services, the council, the Crown Prosecution Service, and the Vale council's Inroads and Newlands projects.''