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Between 1924 and 1931 Estates were created to provide more land for housing development.
The reclamation will provide land for housing developments to accommodate a population of about 22,000.
The Borough started to use the expanse of open land for housing development soon afterwards.
More and more, farmers are selling their land for housing developments.
This required the provision of a substantial area of land for housing development.
Sindhi landlord (Mitha Khan) sold his land for housing development.
The local council, which acquired the land for housing development in the 1970s, leased the mill to local enthusiasts, who restored it to working order.
But lately, as Harlem has enjoyed the fruits of economic revival, the city has decided to take back some of that land for housing development.
By setting up conservation easements, subdividing the land for housing developments could be prevented and fences on the property restricted.
However, in 2009 the Victorian Government announced plans to extend the city's urban growth boundary, potentially rezoning green wedges and agricultural land for housing development.
At the same time, Los Angeles County - the nation's most populous, with 10 million people - has nearly run out of available land for housing developments.
Local environmental organisms, such as Vigile verte and Projet Rescousse, are denouncing the choice of that land for housing development.
By 1915, land developers who saw opportunity in Midlothian began arriving, purchased land from farmers and subdivided the farms into tracts of land for housing developments.
Recent redevelopments at Oriel Park include the sale of land for housing development and European safety regulations have reduced the capacity of the ground from 12,200 to 6,000.
The Toombs Development Company of New Canaan and Brickman Associates of New York City made proposals to purchase the land for housing developments.
In 2007 he was named as one of seven members of Queensland's Urban Land Development Authority to "fast track the Queensland Government's delivery of new land for housing development."
Under the plan, the city will provide $200 million in low-interest loans for developers to acquire land for housing development, generally on abandoned manufacturing sites and waterfront areas that are being rezoned for housing.
A lengthy debate took place between the neighbours from Carabanchel and Aluche, who wanted a hospital and other public facilities to be built in the area, and the local authorities, who want to privatize the land for housing development.
Following negotiations with the landowners Wesfarmers/Sotico, the shire purchased some of the land for housing development and, in 2001, an entire historic precinct was donated to National Trust of Australia (WA), including the site of a closed timber sawmill.
The chief effect of such a rule would be to discourage timber companies from selling land for housing developments, although some critics are likely to argue that the rule could create a new market for construction of huge private estates in the back country that would price out all but the wealthy and still disturb the wilderness.