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green belt

n
1. (Environmental Science) a zone of farmland, parks, and open country surrounding a town or city: usually officially designated as such and preserved from urban development
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green belt

n (round town) → cintura di verde
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It added that the site being designated as green wedge, not green belt, means that at the next review of the LDP in 2020 the status of the area can be "reviewed".
Land within a green belt should be protected for a longer period than the current development plan period, whereas green wedge policies should be reviewed as part of the development plan review process.
Green Wedge Urbanism: History, Theory and Contemporary Practice
Stockton's planning committee unanimously rejected the first application for the scheme in February 2014, citing highway, archaeological and green wedge concerns as the reasons.
euro]e rm has signed an agreement with Dudley Council on the Green Wedge, 12 acres of land in the Coombs Wood area of Halesowen, as part of its commitment to promote access to and retention of green open spaces.
Not only is it a green wedge, which forms a barrier between Bedworth and Coventry, but the land is a flood plain and is a long-term problem.
Nurton Developments has applied to create Branston Locks on the Lawns Farm site, a 400-acre green wedge west of Burton.
Keith Page, from the action group, asked the council to re-designate four areas of land as green belt or green wedge.
twitter "Although the proposed built development will inevitably have some effect on the open character of the green wedge the benefits gained from enhancing the recreational role.
The Green Wedge is a national treasure, the largest expanse of continuous deciduous forest remaining between Norfolk, Virginia, and Boston, Massachusetts.
The land is green wedge, which should stay exactly how it is - planners refused it on many different grounds, including heritage and ecological.