turning area

turning area

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Plans include a trade counter/ warehousing building, 35-space car park and a 'turning area' for heavy goods vehicles.
There is also a parking and turning area in addition to a lawned area which is stocked with trees enclosed by brick built wall with double wrought iron gates.
"The proposed development would not make sufficient provision for parking or for a turning area.
To the front is a tarmac drive and turning area to provide parking for several cars.
It features separate lanes for cars and buses - the bus lane would have a wider turning area.
The property is approached by a driveway leading up, and off, from Wide Lane to the property's frontage and turning area, with an additional gated access winding around the rear of the garage.
Attributing improved law and order situation turning area to be among top choices for domestic tourists, the senior professional said Gilgit - Baltistan are considered a paradise by mountaineers, climbers, trekker, hikers, and cyclists.
Electronic double opening wooden gates lead onto a tarmac driveway which provides ample parking and a turning area whilst to the rear the garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature borders and a shaped York stone patio area/kitchen garden - ideal for barbecues and entertaining.
At a forum for candidates seeking the vacant 11th Congressional District seat, Councilman Vincent Gentile vowed that, if elected, he would halt construction on the controversial Gravesend Bay Waste Transfer Station and consider turning area into a Superfund site.
The driveway leads to more than ample parking and turning area situated to the front and side of the property.
Once on the move, should the vehicle in front want to make a sharp right into the mini car park or the turning area then there is always a big problem.