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garden suburb

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Brit a suburb of a large established town or city, planned along the lines of a garden city
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Appearing atLlanelliMagistrates' Court, the 47-year-old, of Garden Suburbs, Trimsaran, pleaded guilty to two counts of persistently making use of a public electronic communications network for the purpose of causing annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety.
Historian MacKay presents this collection of essays on the residential parks or garden suburbs that became favored in Long Island around the turn of the twentieth century.
This role will promote our garden suburbs and urban villages, bringing together infrastructure renewal with the promotion of social and cultural activity at a suburban level.
The break-up of the estate would mark the end of 107 years of tradition dating back to John Nettlefold's Edwardian vision of creating an oasis which became one of the UK's best preserved garden suburbs and a core part of Birmingham's social development.
Plans to build thousands of new houses in Birmingham will send 'shudders down the spine' of anyone who enjoys the city's mature garden suburbs a leading Conservative has said.
Forming new garden suburbs by encouraging developers to create new green spaces at the planning stage of developments.
I would challenge the planners to look at new environmentally sustainable ways of creating new garden suburbs in those areas.
A Garden Cities and Garden Suburbs principles to be applied to new settlements, including eco-towns as well as to urban extensions, says The Town and Country Planning Association.
Gideon Amos, chief executive, said: "As we seek to deal with today's dual challenges of unparalleled housing demand - driven by a crisis of affordability and demographic factors - and an urgent need to reduce our emissions from the built environment, we can learn many lessons from the garden cities and garden suburbs of the past century.
In concept and design it is rivalled in Wales only by Rhiwbena, Cardiff, and it has affinities to such developments as the Hampstead garden Suburbs in England.
That might have remained the pattern--a select number of wealthy garden suburbs on the distant fringes of dense, blue-collar, industrial cities--but for Henry Ford.
Dr Hunt regards the twentieth century, with its Garden Cities, New Towns and Garden Suburbs as a sad digression from the real task of making the cities places where people can be happy, proud and content to live.