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KIRKLEES COUNCIL LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1972 - SECTION 123 DISPOSAL OF PUBLIC OPEN SPACE LAND AT COMMERCIAL STREET SLAITHWAITE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Kirklees Council intend to dispose of an area of approximately 2950 square metres of land at Commercial Street, Slaithwaite.
But Cardiff council's cabinet members decided not to allow the disposal of the public open space at the park for the use of such an extension.
ONE of the more bogus arguments, recently put forward in favour of building upon the public open space of Sefton Park Meadowlands, is that it will increase security for Sefton Park.
Washburn will lead a team of urban designers in working on large-scale planning and development initiatives, as well as advising on key urban design and public open space issues citywide.
If the reservoir is designated public open space, the condo developer might have to include a wide buffer between the homes and the former reservoir, potentially limiting the size of the project, said Dave Breliant, president of Save Oak Savanna, a nonprofit group organized to fight the proposed development.
The city council Cabinet has accepted a ruling by a Government planning inspector that residential areas and public open space should be omitted from the list of sensitive areas where masts would not normally be permitted.
Both fortress and paradise (in its Islamic interpretation of the classical hortus conclusus), the Swiss proposal provides public open space in the dense hub of the historic city, wrapped in eroded walls of lattice-like tracery (made from specially cast concrete blocks) that recalls the historic legacies of Arabic geometry and Andalucian ornament, as well as more modern sources--urban graffiti, the tactile patterns of tattoos and the rhythmic roughness and sensuality of flamenco itself.
The homes have been designed around a central public open space to include equipped play areas for children aged four to eight and eight to 12.