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re-use of derelict land

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  • land reclamation —   the improving or recovering or even creation of land for human use. Marshy land may be drained; derelict land may be cleared; rock material may be dumped into shallow coastal waters to extend existing land out into the sea …   Geography glossary

  • Derelict — Der e*lict, n. (Law) (a) A thing voluntary abandoned or willfully cast away by its proper owner, especially a ship abandoned at sea. (b) A tract of land left dry by the sea, and fit for cultivation or use. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Land Utilisation Survey of Britain — The Land Utilisation Survey of Britain (also Land Utilisation Survey of Great Britain [Covers of sheets printed by G.W.Bacon e.g. Scotland Sheet 12 Wick (1936) and England Wales Sheet 76 Thetford (1935) are identified Land Utilisation Survey of… …   Wikipedia

  • Derelict soil — A derelict soil is a soil that has been damaged by industrial or other development activity, and which is currently unused. It may usually be brought back to use only after soil remediation.ee also* Brownfields * Green belt * Industrial ecology * …   Wikipedia

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