International glossary of technical terms used in housing and town planning.

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ContributionsSpiwak, H. J., ed.
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International Federation for Housing and Town Planning. International glossary of technical terms used in housing and town planning.

Amsterdam [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: H J Spiwak; International Federation for Housing and Town Planning. This glossary of commonly used planning and zoning terms should make it easier for you to get involved in answering questions and making decisions about growth and development in your community.

Frequently Used Planning and Zoning Terms accessory use — Accessory uses are additional, incidental, supportive, or subordinate uses allowed on a File Size: KB. terms used in planning and land use are technical.

It is our hope that the Glossary will be a handy reference that will make the topic of land use and planning less mysterious and more accessible to local officials and International glossary of technical terms used in housing and town planning.

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The revised MSN consists of the covering Notes on the general provisions of the OZPs; a set of user schedules which lists out the uses that are always permitted under Column 1, and uses. Affordable Housing (or sub-market housing) Aftercare (in terms of minerals operations) Aged or veteran tree.

Aggregates. Agricultural (Forestry or Other Rural Occupational) Dwelling. Agricultural Waste. Air Quality Management Areas. Air Quality Management Strategy (AQMS) Amenity. Annexure – When used in terms of Town Planning Scheme, it means a document containing the details of the development controls (conditions) of a particular zoning.

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For the detailed interpretation of individual use terms, please refer to the revised "Definitions of Terms/Broad Use Terms Used in Statutory Plans". A subsumed use term can be adopted as a separate use in its own right to allow for appropriate planning control to suit individual circumstances, where necessary.

Affordable Housing (or sub-market housing) Aftercare (in terms of minerals operations) Aged or veteran tree; Aggregates; Agricultural (Forestry or Other Rural Occupational) Dwelling; Agricultural Waste; Air Quality Management Areas; Air Quality Management Strategy (AQMS) Amenity; Amenity Green-space; Anaerobic Digestion; Ancient Woodland.

Continuum of Care - Senior Housing A range of senior housing with varying levels of medical and other supportive services. Contract Rent The amount of rent charged as stated in the lease. Cooperative Housing Form of common property ownership.

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