flank wall

flank wall

A sidewall of a building in contrast to the front or rear wall.
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"The entrance will be relocated adjacent to the reception office and an external entrance canopy with flank wall is to be provided to make a focal point of the school's main entrance."
The statement says the building "has suffered significant subsidence of the right-hand flank wall and the condition is such that it is beyond economic repair".
The plans state that the only external changes to the property would be the introduction of windows along the eastern flank wall.
On a tight site by London Wall, facing Rogers' exquisite Wood Street machine on one side, and the quizzical flank wall of McMorran and Whitby's 1960s police station on the other, Parry's phenomenological approach to large-scale business architecture delivers not only civitas, but also demonstrates Heideggerian 'locales that allow spaces'.
The panels of the flank wall were bowing out and the possibility of structural problems meant the property was not considered suitable for a loan or mortgage.
The second case involves Avonforce Investments' contract to excavate and construct a basement garage close to the flank wall of an adjacent property.
QIn 1993, I bought a property which gave me an income from letting a flank wall for an advertising hoarding.
"Externally an entrance canopy with flank wall is to be provided to make a focal point of the school's main entrance.