Town plan


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town plan

[′tau̇n ‚plan]
(mapping)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

Town plan

A comprehensive map of a town or city that delineates its streets, important buildings and other urban features.
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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.
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"This exciting and important work will enable the Big Town Plan Partnership, landowners and investors to make investment decisions that will bring forward work to develop, grow and revitalise the Big Town Plan area."
The Draft Mold Town Plan will be available to view at the Town Hall, Earl Road, Mold, Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4.30pm, You can also call 01352 758532.
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. This is particularly important in Scarborough, where sprawl threatens Scarborough Marsh, one of the largest and most important saltwater marshes in the state.
The council and town plan partners said the six areas selected represent the "biggest opportunities to grow and revitalise the town".
The appointed consultant will work closely with the Big Town Plan team, engaging with relevant land owners, occupiers, partners and stakeholders to co-create a vision and development framework for Castle Street.
Hexham Town Council refused to pay out PS5,000 from the coming 2013-14 budget because the town plan's special steering group failed to provide adequate details of where the money would be spent.
There is also now a Big Town Plan space in the Darwin Shopping Centre, where the plans are displayed and future consultation events will take place.