block plan

block plan

A small-scale simplified plan of a building, indicating its location and surroundings.
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With a block plan, code compliance can become far more flexible and green than single property changes in terms of setbacks, parking, traffic, stormwater, landscaping and commercial use.
While his contemporaries experimented with their role as social engineer, he chose to re-establish the Berlin block plan, a traditional option which became a counter-revolutionary deed.
Four sections include the following: (1) "Rationale, Unit Objectives, Block Plan, and Rubrics"; (2) "Individuals Lesson Plans (activities, worksheets, homework, quizzes, and tests); (3) "Integration of Other Curriculum Areas; (4) "Modification for Learners with Diverse Abilities"; and (5) "Works Cited and Supplemental Materials.
Recognizing that closing open-air drug markets required a joint police-community effort, police administrators developed a Drug-Free Block Plan.
Now in its third year, the four-a-day block plan at Colorado Springs' Wasson High School is causing staff to take stock and look ahead.
This enhancement to the rotating outage block plan should help customers better prepare for blackouts caused by the state's energy crisis - and make them a little less inconvenient.
At least nine Tory MPs want to block plans to quit Euratom.
But ministers had been warned the EU would block plans to rescue the plants by nationalising their PS15billion pension pot.
A former judge has urged SNP politicians to block plans to abolish one of Scotland's cornerstone laws.
The MP for Witham in Essex worked for British American Tobacco in a team that tried to block plans for an advertising ban.
AN ACTION group was formed in a bid to block plans to close a flagship school.
DAVID Cameron and Alex Salmond are to team up against a European bid to block plans for a hike in booze prices.