dedicated street

dedicated street

A street, the title of which has been yielded by an owner, either permanently or temporarily, to the authorities for use of the street by the general public.
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For example, a lack of dedicated street parking and loading/unloading areas forces trucks to double-park, not because they want to but because they have to.
The townhouse features a dedicated street level entrance, upto 16 ft.
"The council will continue to prosecute anyone caught illegally dumping waste and we have four dedicated street cleaning Action Teams with trained enforcement officers on daily patrol.
The Safer Kirklees partners also included Pubwatch, Street Angels, and dedicated Street Marshals to support those out to celebrate the festive season.
There will be a dedicated street food quarter, and special tasting sessions and gastronomic talks, as well as a Posh Pen - a secluded area serving alcohol - and, for the first time, a foodie trail taking visitors around some of the town's best dining venues, like the Morpeth Larder and the Old Bakehouse, who will be offering a range of festival deals.
The incident indicates an alarming rise in the menace of street crime in the metropolis and also leaves a big question mark on the role of police who recently announced deployment of a dedicated street watch force in South district.
In their haste to dismantle the work of the previous administration the incoming Labour council, as one of their first acts, decided to axe the dedicated street cleaners.
Alongside the council's own dedicated street cleaning and litter picking, THETEAM Up to Clean Up campaign is sending a strong message that we all care about the local environment and want Renfrewshire to be a brighter, more attractive place to live and work in.
It is the biggest dedicated street photography resource in the world.
The serviced apartments will be located on levels 10 to 32, with a dedicated street level entrance, lobby and elevators, as well as facilities including a restaurant, executive lounge, swimming pool and fitness centre.
Those of us old enough to remember the days before the county boroughs, when towns like Colwyn Bay, Rhyl, and Holywell had their own borough or urban district councils, sometimes look back with nostalgia to our communities each having their own dedicated street cleaners, on site gardeners to care for public parks, and roads and pavements maintained to a high standard.

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