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catchment

1. a structure in which water is collected
2. Brit the intake of a school from one catchment area
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A public consultation is running to determine people's thoughts on the plans which will involve a new, merged catchment area for the Westfield Infant and Junior Schools and Sketchley Hill Primary School.
The catchment area of a river is the area from where the river receives surface and underground flow of rain water; the river normally has many streams and small rivers as tributaries.
Those families willing to move are prepared to pay a 12 per cent premium for their desired catchment area, equivalent to an extra PS26,800 in the current property market.
Those families willing to move are prepared to pay a 12% premium for their desired catchment area, equivalent to an extra PS26,800 in the current property market.
More than two fifths (44%) of those who moved to be within a catchment area expect to leave as soon as their child has secured a place, rising to two thirds (66%) of parents in London.
Living within school catchment is top of the many families these addresses at a Miguel The study suggests that the moves made by many of these families are temporary.
FFD, Lahore has predicted scattered thunderstorm/rain with isolated heavy falls over Punjab (Gujranwala Division) and upper catchments of rivers Chenab, Ravi and Sutlej during the next 24 hours.
G Khan Divisions and over the upper catchment of River Indus in the same time frame.
She said they were told her daughter didn't qualify even though the council's criteria states that children of her age and residing within the school's catchment area will be considered first.
PARENTS are paying a premium of PS80,000 above the average house price to live in the catchment area of the country's top state schools.
IT IS a hot topic of conversation among parents, but only 13% of those in Wales with school-age children have sold their homes and moved to new ones to get their child in to their desired school catchment areas.
Short-term small catchment data showed increases in peak runoff rate associated with clearing brigalow scrub for cropping or for grazed pasture (Lawrence and Sinclair 1989; Lawrence et al.