oversail


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oversail

(ˈəʊvəˌseɪl)
n
a projection
vb (tr)
to project beyond
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In a report to a meeting on Tuesday night he says: "Even if possible, its construction would require extensive approvals as the site lies within a conservation area and the canopy would oversail a public highway.
When the scheme just off Old Hall Street was given planning consent in 2004, Beetham was given permission to oversail the highway.
All the buildings have been designed to adopt a familiar palette of everyday materials -- timber, stone and glass with thin steel posts supporting canted metal roofs that oversail to provide welcome shade and shelter from the weather.