designated employment

designated employment

n
(Sociology) (in Britain) any of certain kinds of jobs reserved for handicapped workers under the Disabled Persons (Employment) Act 1944
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The first outline scheme was lodged back in 2014 before being refused in November 2015, as the site, on the northern edge of North Seaton Industrial Estate, was designated employment land.
Previous proposals, which were refused in November 2015, had been amended to reduce the number of homes to 150, while the employment offer was increased following the county council's decision to allocate the site as designated employment land in its major modifications to the then core strategy - which has now been withdrawn.
He said: "The site is a designated employment site but as there is a lack of potential residential sites in Saltney it should be considered suitable for residential use.
Lee on Friday evening designated Employment and Labor Minister Pahk Jae-wan as his new finance minister.
He adds: 'Whilst it is accepted that an hotel use in not the ideal use for this designated employment area, it is equally clear that the proposed use would create up to 40 full and part-time jobs.
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