blighted area


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blighted area

Any area which has become an economic and aesthetic liability to a community.
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He or she - and a number of people perform the role - is on a mission to tidy up a blighted area as a member of Cardiff Rivers Group (CRG).
The heckler demanding an end to cuts spoke for much of Yorkshire after flood defence schemes were axed in that blighted area.
The latter ordinance stated that the rehabilitation of the blighted area was a necessary public purpose.
T]he court held that a taking to develop an economically blighted area was appropriate," Sotomayor asserted.
We will continue to work with the remaining land owners and businesses as we move forward with our plans to transform this blighted area into a center of economic opportunity and job creation," said Seth Pinsky, EDC's president.
10) In Missouri, the Real Property Tax Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act (11) requires a finding that "'the redevelopment area on the whole is a blighted area, a conservation area, or an economic development area.
Millionaire financier Ravi Sinha, who spent his formative years in Birmingham, has returned to undertake an enterprising private and community sector regeneration development that will provide up to 90 per cent affordable housing in a blighted area of the city.
Third, with the advent of modern urban renewal programs, nonblighted property may be condemned simply because it happens to fall within a larger blighted area.
In August, the Texas governor signed SB 7 into law prohibiting condemnation of private property for certain purposes, including economic development, unless to eliminate a slum or blighted area.
A city or county may identify a blighted area, create a redevelopment project plan to counter that blight and create a TIF district to implement the plan and complete the project.