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trading estate

n
(Commerce) chiefly Brit a large area in which a number of commercial or industrial firms are situated. Also called: industrial estate
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trading estate

n (Brit) → zona industriale
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1960: | North East Trading Estates is superseded by the Industrial Estates Management Corporation for England.
Both these estates are very good, very tidy inner-city industrial trading estates.
The tour was part of the 75th anniversary celebrations for the estate, which was the first of its kind, and still one of Britain's biggest and most successful trading estates.
And trading estates in Slough don't attract the best businesses in the world, that's for sure.
The origins of the Treforest Industrial Estate lie with the formation of the South Wales and Monmouthshire Trading Estates in June 1936.
The visit to Gateshead's Team Valley Trading Estate was part of 75th anniversary celebrations for the estate, the first of its kind and still one of Britain's biggest and most successful trading estates.
Also completely full are Hovi's Hainge Road and Lower City Road trading estates in Tividale, whilst Strawberry Lane and Watery Lane Industrial Estates both in Wolverhampton are also 100 per cent occupied, thanks to a raft of 12 new lettings in a year.
It is one of the largest trading estates in Europe and neighbourhood officers willbe given help patrolling it with 18 students from the police training school working in pairs between 9am and 3pm.
Not only would this make possible easy commuting along its length to any of the trading estates planned in conjunction with it, but it would also give a tremendous assistance in getting good-quality factories on to the trading estates.
Based at The Waterfront, Merry Hill, Hovi Developments has purchased two trading estates in Wolverhampton in a pounds 7million deal part-funded by The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
Trading estates offer a wealth of shops open to the public, often with discount prices because of their location.