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BLUE BELT
YELLOW BELT
LONDON METROPOLITAN GREEN BELT
GREEN BELT LEGISLATION
BUILDING
DEFINITION
PLACE
NORTH SIDE
HIKING
BUDAPEST
PINE TREES
FARTHER SOUTH
BLACK BELT
NOTABLE FEATURE
YOUNG TREES
LAND
SOUTHBOUND
NORTH
GREATER LONDON
URBAN SPRAWL
SOUTH
HILLY AREA
LONDON
CITY
MEMORIALS
AREA
SABIE
SURREY
BANSTEAD
GREEN BELT
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Green Belt"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The green belt is designed to curb urban sprawl and to preserve valuable natural areas and farmland surrounding the city.

Blue Belt

  1. The blue belt is worn with the Cub Scout uniform and the green belt is worn with the Boy Scout uniform; the buckle has the Webelos logo. (Web site)

Yellow Belt

  1. The southeastern end of the Green Belt is in McKeesport at PA 148 which also carries the Yellow Belt.

London Metropolitan Green Belt

  1. It will do much to improve the amenity of "Green Belts" in various parts of the country, and particularly in the London Metropolitan Green Belt. (Web site)

Green Belt Legislation

  1. Expansion halted in the 1940s because of World War II and Green Belt legislation, and the area has been largely static since.

Building

  1. The Green Belt legislation is an anachronism that is stopping us from building where we need to. (Web site)

Definition

  1. Outward growth has been physically interrupted (though by no means halted) through the definition of a Green Belt. (Web site)

Place

  1. It was established between 1822 and 1830 in place of the old city walls, forming a green belt around the Old Town. (Web site)

North Side

  1. The boundary of the Green Belt at Dartford on the north side of the A2 is amended to exclude Eastern Quarry from the Green Belt.

Hiking

  1. Roermond is encircled by a green belt, which offers many opportunities for hiking and cycling. (Web site)

Budapest

  1. Our bed and breakfast hotel and tennis court is located on large grounds in a quiet residential area in the green belt of Budapest.

Pine Trees

  1. Green land: Weihai maintains strict protection of its green belt of pine trees along the beach. (Web site)

Farther South

  1. Farther south, the green belt indicates a region where the atmosphere absorbs blue light.

Black Belt

  1. Specializing in process improvement, DFSS, lean design, lean sigma, master black belt, black belt, green belt, public training, and project consulting. (Web site)

Notable Feature

  1. One notable feature has been the concept of a "Green Belt" to save certain areas from intensive urban development. (Web site)

Young Trees

  1. On November 6th, 1943, an order for young trees to form a green belt between the crematoria and the camp only mentions Nos.

Land

  1. Secondly, even if the airport did close, the land would still be designated as green belt.
  2. The airport stands on a parcel of land that was designated part of the London Metropolitan Green Belt.

Southbound

  1. In Anchorage, the Seward Highway terminates at the green belt, where Alaska 1 is routed southbound on Gambell Street, and northbound on Ingra Street. (Web site)

North

  1. The charming BB Hotel Budapest is situated in the green belt of Budapest, north of the City Center. (Web site)
  2. Only very limited types of building will be permitted in the Green Belt areas to the north of Horsell and Woodham. (Web site)

Greater London

  1. Claygate village (population approximately 6,500) is separated by a narrow strip of Green Belt from the outskirts of Greater London.

Urban Sprawl

  1. Although Greater Manchester has a reputation as an urban sprawl, the county does have areas of green belt. (Web site)

South

  1. The open areas to the south and east of Pyrford are designated as Green Belt. (Web site)

Hilly Area

  1. The hilly area of the island largely remains intact and is designated as a green belt. (Web site)

London

  1. Kenley, again south of the borough, lie within the London Green Belt and features a landscape dominated by green space. (Web site)
  2. Morrison's main achievements in London included the unification of the transport system and creating a ' green belt ' around the suburbs.
  3. Thus the "green ribbon" of the 1938 Act became a planned "Green Belt Ring" known in London more generally as "the Metropolitan Green Belt". (Web site)

City

  1. The city of Coventry is also located within the West Midlands county, but is separated from the conurbation to the west by several miles of green belt.
  2. The Seoul National Capital Area also contains a green belt aimed at preventing the city from sprawling out into neighboring Gyeonggi Province. (Web site)

Memorials

  1. The Siege of Leningrad was commemorated in late 1950s by the Green Belt of Glory, a circle of trees and memorials along the historic front line.

Area

  1. All were anxious to retain the area of land under review as a green belt between Newport and Torfaen.
  2. The borough is the largest in London by area and occupies 59 square miles (153 km²), of which the majority is green belt land. (Web site)
  3. The Metropolitan Green Belt will extend about 15 miles from the edge of the built up area of Greater London, i.e.

Sabie

  1. The green belt of Sabie offers a wonderful base to explore Mpumalanga's Escarpment.

Surrey

  1. Much of Surrey is in the Green Belt and is rolling downland, the county's geology being dominated by the chalk hills of the North Downs.

Banstead

  1. Reigate & Banstead is a borough with almost 70% of its area designated as Green Belt.
  2. It is a residential area which contains large expanses of green belt land, including Banstead Down and Walton Heath golf course.

Green Belt

  1. Claygate is a large village in the English county of Surrey, approximately 16 miles (26 km) south west of London on the edge of the Green Belt. (Web site)
  2. They involve planned attempts at soil improvement, water conservation, electric power, roads, and " green belt " building.
  3. A green belt or greenbelt is an area of largely undeveloped wild or agricultural land surrounding or neighbouring an urban area.

Categories

  1. Large Village
  2. English County
  3. United Kingdom > England > Surrey > Banstead
  4. World > Countries > South Africa > Sabie
  5. Memorials
  6. Books about "Green Belt" in Amazon.com

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