How to use Redevelopment in a sentence

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  • In highly built-up areas redevelopment schemes may provide opportunities for creating new public open space.

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  • This visually exciting redevelopment seeks to help recapture the former glory of Victoria Square.

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  • There are plenty of brown field sites ripe for redevelopment.

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  • Wharf redevelopment continued to put a severe strain on all our engineering resources.

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  • There is unusual scope to realize this aspiration on a site where comprehensive redevelopment is to take place.

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  • This is because the wartime blitz and postwar redevelopment have swept away many of the buildings to which they were attached.

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  • Over 100 hectares of predominantly brownfield land will be released for redevelopment by the move, Defense Minister Derek Twigg announced today.

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  • Because of the desirability of living near the center, there is extensive redevelopment of city brownfield sites.

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  • The site of the former royal dockyard, now Convoy's Wharf, is currently under redevelopment.

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  • The image shows the ground plan of the proposed redevelopment of SECCâs 64-acre site.

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  • Years of uncertainty about the redevelopment helped to put the city's retail market into a state of virtual limbo.

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  • The redevelopment will improve pedestrian linkages throughout the town, attract quality retailers, and reduce leakage to nearby centers such as Newcastle.

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  • Significantly, they also including part of a ruined building, possibly part of the former parsonage, already in the course of redevelopment.

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  • The Corporation's investment in new roads, services and public transport began to stimulate private sector interest and to attract redevelopment proposals.

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