Open space area

Open space area

If local zoning requirements do not clearly define open space, it is defined for the purposes of LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) calculations as the property area minus the development footprint; and it must be vegetated and pervious, with exceptions only as noted in the credit requirements section. For projects located in urban areas, open space can also include nonvehicular, pedestrian-oriented hardscape spaces.
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PEOPLE living in Pallister Park, Middlesbrough, have been given a green boost with the creation of a new open space area.
There is also a utility, cloakroom and toilet, and study area which is located in an open space area of the hall.
a total of 9,000 dunums are classified as open space area.
It also has the largest open space area, which complements beauty with hassle-free shopping.
A promotional launch of the Namibia Annual Music Awards 2014 Compilation Album took place last week Friday at Post Street Mall, opposite the Tourist Information Centre Vendors Open Space Area.
Finally, I'd seek to promote those green spaces by encouraging local authorities to create a small informal park or open space area which could be linked to a key national event such as the royal wedding or the Olympics.
However, being adjacent to parkland, privately owned preserved farmland, or the open space area of another subdivision, does not significantly affect housing prices.
At a special meeting of Criccieth Town Council members reluctantly decided to confine Christmas lights to the Maes open space area in the town centre as new regulations have pushed the cost of lights on the high street beyond the council's means.
The Healing Gardens -- an open space area with three small gardens -- was the last piece of the project.
Residents will see 170high-quality homes built, along with a new open space area for play and recreation.
A Bovis spokeswoman said: 'The proposal includes a new public open space area, which would make up about 40 per cent of the site.

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