1 edition of Juniper Green Conservation Area character appraisal found in the catalog.
Juniper Green Conservation Area character appraisal
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The conservation area is centred on the historic core of the village of Juniper Green, one of a number of villages, which have been absorbed into the City of Edinburgh. A recognisable village character still remains and the conservation area status was originally designated on 19 November to protect that l area: City of Edinburgh.
Conservation area appraisals The Council has a rolling programme of Conservation Area review to ensure that the area appraisals and management plans are up to date.
Areas out for consultation will be published on our "Have your say" page. Murrayfield is an affluent area to the west of Edinburgh city centre in Scotland. It is to the east of Corstorphine and north of Balgreen and A8 road runs east–west through the south of the area.
Murrayfield is often considered to include the smaller neighbouring areas of Ravelston (to the north) and Roseburn (to the south). character area which is ‘a relatively busy, agricultural, modern landscape with many settlements and distinctive valley profiles.’ The river Chater is an important natural feature of the village and within the valley are a number of meadow areas between Aldgate and Bull Lane that contribute towards the rural character of the conservation area.
Character areas: The conservation area at Ketton has an attractive cohesive character owing to the predominant vernacular building style and use of local Ketton stone. Despite the cohesive material palette across the conservation area, the village can be broken down into six distinctive character.
area border router. Router that belongs to more than one area, with interfaces in the OSPF boundary between two or more areas. Both sides of any link always belong to the same OSPF area.
See also OSPF. available bit rate. Rate used in ATM for traffic sources. Bonaly Country Park was designated inand is a hectare area of woodland, open moorland and reservoirs. It is entirely owned by the City of Edinburgh Council, with the exception of Clubbiedean and Torduff Reservoirs which are owned by Scottish park is managed as part of the Pentland Hills Regional Park.
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The whole area was developed as a planned middle-class tenements suburb by Sir George Warrender, the owner of Bruntsfield House and the surrounding estate (also known as the "Warrender Park") in the mid 19th century. The original feuing plan laid out by architect David Bryce in called for mainly terraced villas, with a number of large, detached villas on Marchmont Road.
An appraisal under paragraph (1) shall be conducted in accordance with— (A) the Uniform Appraisal Standards for Federal Land Acquisitions, established in accordance with the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of (42 U.S.C.
et seq.); and (B) the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal.