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b-[m.sub.2] developable surfaces of biharmonic b-slant helices in the special three-dimensional [sup.[phi]-]ricci symmetric para-sasakian manifold P
According to the research, high demand for developable land was maintaining property prices in Cardiff, Monmouthshire and the Vale of Glamorgan - where house prices are now only 15% below the 2007 peak.
More than 1,000 acres of the developable land in Gardner is zoned rural residential, as is about half the land available in Winchendon and 130 of the 452 acres in Westminster.
b) If S is developable, then [??] is maximal iff S is maximal.
Champ d'Or, a magnificent combination of 256 developable acres, a 48,000 square-foot French-inspired chateau and three other luxury residences all contained within the property, has come onto the market listed at $69.9 million.
The project's development team has created developable land at a safe reclamation level, and taken measures to ensure the flexibility of the landform, allowing uniform settlement to facilitate future development.- TradeArabia News Service
It also includes statistical information on each of Bellingham's geographic employment centers and a summary of existing land supply based on vacant and developable lands.
Final results of the inventories will show city officials how much developable land will be needed to accommodate growth over the next two decades.
St Modwen said it continued to add to its bank, which currently comprises 5,100 acres of developable land, and expects development agreements to be finalised by the end of the year at Coed Darcy, Skelmersdale and Bognor Regis, where it is the preferred developer.
The developable land is on the opposite side of a Conway park.
Developable residential land in the Las Vegas Valley now costs in excess of $750,000 an acre, so it certainly turned a few heads earlier this year when Pulte released that it paid roughly $40,000 an acre for land in Mesquite, Nev., about 80 miles north of Las Vegas.
Formerly known as Deuchars, the property is detached and offers around 10,000sqft of developable space.
The mill has access to raw fibre, a railway siding, an on-site re-load centre, indoor storage, automated truck-weight scales and acres of fully serviced developable land.
The site at the former Winton Hall School in Dunchurch comprises almost three acres of developable area plus 1.45 acres of open space for landscaping.
2002, it will be the newest addition to the commercial business park with more than five million square feet of existing space and over 500 acres of developable land.