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WHAT DOES RIBBON DEVELOPMENT MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Ribbon development is building houses along the routes of communications radiating from a human settlement. Such development generated great concern in the United Kingdom during the 1920s and the 1930s as well as in numerous other countries. Increasing motor car ownership meant that houses could be sold easily even if they were remote from shops and other services. It was attractive to developers because they did not have to waste money or plot space constructing roads. The practice became seen as inefficient use of resources and a precursor to urban sprawl, so a key aim for the United Kingdom's poswar planning system was to halt ribbon development. It led to the introduction of green belt policies.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «RIBBON DEVELOPMENT» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «ribbon development» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «ribbon development» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about ribbon development
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «RIBBON DEVELOPMENT»
Discover the use of ribbon development in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to ribbon development and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Encyclopedia of Human Geography
Urban sprawl occurs in three basic forms: ribbon development, low-density
housing development, and leapfrog growth. Ribbon development is found along
new or existing surface-transportation corridors leading away from urban areas.
Gerald R. Pitzl, 2004
Geography: An Integrated Approach
... are composite (or polyfocal), incorporating several plans and phases of
development. Settlement Figure 14.17 Model showing growth and development
of an English village _ roads original village core early ribbon development along
David Waugh, 2000
Village England: A Social History of the Countryside
Because of its disorganized and 'restless' appearance, ribbon development was
widely condemned by inter-war preservationists and town and country planners
such as Clough Williams-Ellis, Patrick Abercrombie and Thomas Sharp, who saw
Trevor Wild, 2004
Access 2007 Bible
Inevitably, ribbon development in Access 2007 requires a number of back-and-
forth cycles in which you modify the XML, transfer it to Access, and view the
results. Until a graphical development tool is available, you have no way of really
Michael R. Groh, Joseph C. Stockman, Gavin Powell, 2011
Encyclopedia of the City
Ribbon development became a feature of the massive URBAN expansion during
the early part of the twentieth century in developed countries and was
encouraged by the exponential growth in car ownership which reduced the Value
Roger W. Caves, 2005
Water and Wastewater Project Development
The recently upgraded road has attracted ribbon development and this is now
beginning to influence the requirement for building-land in the area of Teniac.
The development plan for the area has identified three major greenfield sites
near to ...
Frank Rendell, 1999
The Powerful Garden: Emerging Views on the Garden Complex
Furthermore, making use of the resulting file with residential ribbons and a data
set with the boundaries of residential areas, a method has been developed to
define enclosed fragments of unbuilt land. Ribbon development is composed of ...
Rural Planning and Development in Northern Ireland
... be protected and National Parks designated as appropriate; (3) the
preservation of the coast should be a matter of national concern, with strict control
of ribbon development; and (4) main roads should be protected from ribbondevelopment.
John Greer, Michael Murray, 2003
Harvey and Clark (1965) defined three spatial patterns commonly associated
with urban sprawl : (1) low density continuous development ; (2) ribbondevelopment ; and (3) leapfrog development. These can be considered
Chiranji Singh Yadav, 1987
Urban Sprawl in Europe: Landscape, Land-Use Change and Policy
The following types of sprawl are new and can be added to the typology
developed in the previous period: Ribbon development and post-suburbia In the
first post-war decades, ribbon development was based on building regulations
for areas ...
Chris Couch, Gerhard Petschel-Held, Lila Leontidou, 2008
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «RIBBON DEVELOPMENT»
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M&G backs Grocon for Ribbon project
M&G backs Grocon for Ribbon project ... one of the world's largest property investors, for their long-planned Ribbon development at Darling Harbour in Sydney. «The Australian Financial Review, May 15»
Prohibit ribbon development
RIBBON development takes place when extensive residential/commercial/industrial development occurs in a linear pattern along both sides of arterial roadways ... «The Daily Star, Apr 14»
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