density rule

density rule

[′den·səd·ē ‚rül]
(engineering)
A grading system for lumber based on the width of annual rings.
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A House-Senate report has been released that is proposing to remove the high density rule at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport.
City planners should also promote better use of existing density rules. A 2016 analysis of Los Angeles's housing stock by the McKinsey Global Institute found that 28 per cent of parcels zoned for multifamily development were underutilized.
But unless Nick Smith deals to the urban growth boundary and its proposed watered-down replacement integrates transport planning and investment, frees up the density rules, and reforms infrastructure finance, his national policy statement wont amount to much, Phil Twyford says.
Ridgeland's rezoning ordinance and the insistence on apartments meeting new unit density rules have led to a dozen lawsuits in state and federal courts on behalf of 15 rental complexes.
The Commodity Classification Standards Board (CCSB), a voluntary rules committee representing 845 motor carriers, has passed a ruling that classifies pallets as a commodity subject to density rules, and therefore potentially higher rates.
We will abolish regional housing and planning targets, including density rules, parking space limits and the in-built prioritisation for building on gardens.
The changes were influenced by Eugene developer Hugh Prichard's written comments last year that the density rules in the development code stifle downtown construction by requiring developers to build tall buildings.
The directive is due to enter into force in 2008, though under the terms of the draft text, density rules would not apply before January 2012.
"From the NAA perspective, these are very tall allegations," Tayco said of HUD's claims that a desire to remove racial minorities from the city is behind a 2014 zoning law that deems most all apartment rental complexes, especially those in southeast Ridgeland, as out of compliance with new building density rules.
Organic poultry farmers in the UK will continue to operate on an equal playing field with their European counterparts after the Government said it would not change stocking density rules.