tree belt

tree belt

A strip between the sidewalk and curb of a road, planted with grass and sometimes with shade trees.
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"Winchburgh is such a beautiful rural location and with a mature tree belt on one side and rolling countryside views on the other, combined with the easy commuting distance to Edinburgh it is the perfect setting for our family homes."
"The proposed screening measures, incorporating erection of a Rylock stock fence finished in green and planting of a tree belt along the course of the fence, will ensure the car park is not visible from views along the M9 motorway." Among the conditions is the submission of a drainage strategy before development can begin.
Aberdeen City Council tree squad - Wellington Road Tree Belt, 8-9am.
Beyond the tree belt along the eastern boundary is a drainage ditch with areas of scrubland and mature trees beyond here leading to an RAF housing estate of around 50 dwellings known as Dawson's Rough."
If you're in a rural area and have a lot of real estate to work with, a tree belt with taller trees placed in a wide array may be appropriate.
But that narrow space between sidewalk and street -- sometimes called a boulevard, median, hellstrip, parkway, verge or tree belt -- is a gardening challenge.
A one-day public consultation event was held at Redcar Racecourse about the proposal, which would include vehicular access from Redcar Road, retention of the existing tree belt and provision of a pedestrian and cycle link.
I observe from a car park with a four-storey block of flats on one side and a tree belt on the other.
It will be concealed within the existing tree belt which surrounded Home Far m.
A Tree Belt comes with the harness, but the Climbing Belt, which doubles as a suspension relief device, is optional.
I was driving home when I looked to my left and spotted a small buck in a tree belt near my home.