Town plan


Also found in: Dictionary.
Related to Town plan: city planning

town plan

[′tau̇n ‚plan]
(mapping)

Town plan

A comprehensive map of a town or city that delineates its streets, important buildings and other urban features.

town plan

A large-scale, comprehensive map of a town or city that delineates its streets, important buildings, and other urban features in a detail compatible with the scale of the map; also see city plan.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Draft Mold Town Plan will be available to view at the Town Hall, Earl Road, Mold, Monday to Friday from 8.
Liz Court will work with groups in a bid to help deliver the projects from the town plan.
General Town Plan (GTP)--is the main instrument of operational planning and the legal basis to achieve development actions and programmes.
Statutory requirements for the New Town plan provide for current merchant property owners in the Capital City Market to continue operating in modern new facilities.
Now we need to ensure that zoning laws are brought into line with these new town plans.
After that, the Town Plan team will draw up a list of priorities, to be presented to Denbighshire County Council and the Welsh Assembly Government.
I was the one who started the Hexham Town Plan off, and I am 100% behind it.
Your Town; Your Vision has been set up by the Town Plan Steering Group working under the auspices of the Town Council.
The designer will prepare visual presentations by designing art and copy layouts for the Bolton Town Plan to be used in print and online.
He first pointed out that those who said the town plan should consist entirely of straight streets and square places symmetrically arranged upon axial lines quite ignored both the economic necessities and the great architectural opportunities which spring from the fact that the site upon which the plan is to be carried out has in England, in nine cases out of ten, an undulating surface, and embraces many marked features of an irregular character.