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1. An area or plot of ground with defined limits on which a building, project, park, etc., is located or proposed to be located.
2. The specific location of a building or buildings.
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The firm is continuing their campaign to promote community safety and awareness of the dangers of building sites to children through a variety of school art projects across the region.
The children learned about health and safety, the dangers of a building site and through role-play became builders and site managers, recording the progress of the building through photos and reports.
Police are appealing for witnesses after piping was damaged at a building site Derwent View, Birtley, Gateshead, between 7.30pm on Tuesday and 8am on Wednesday.
Thieves took the vehicle at around 2pm last Saturday from a building site at the junction of Leeds Road and Thistle Street.
Between last Friday and Monday, thieves got into a building site on Stagshaw Road and stole almost pounds 2,000 worth of metal from the roof of a house being renovated.
Back in the classroom, pupils put their on-site experience into practice and set about designing a poster that would be displayed at Zest to warn other children of the dangers of a building site.
Figures recently revealed more than 800 children have been injured, and 16 killed over the past 10 years in building site accidents.
Jamie Strain got the shock of his life as hundreds of volts shot through his body when he pierced an electric cable on a building site.
Police are looking for four boys - one just eight years old - who are suspected of damaging fencing at a building site. The incident happened on August 3 at the building site at Regents Gate, Penarth, when fencing was torn down.
Cheek is a new musical about six burly builders,and it grew from a song titled Builder's Bum written by electrician Ian Luther while on a building site.
As David Bowie celebrated being Britain's wealthiest pop star this week, his ex-wife was toiling on a building site in the Arizona desert.

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