civic amenities

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  • Civic amenity sites are run by the local authority in a given area.
  • The city is said to have one of the best civic amenities in the entire country with a solid health care and education system.
  • Such land cannot sensibly be used for urban development and so is set aside as a civic amenity.
  • Now a museum and civic amenity, the house was also used as a primary school for a number of years during the 20th century.
  • At the same time, the town established separate segregated schools for white and black children, churches, and other civic amenities.
  • No civic amenities were available such as schools, hospitals etc.
  • Despite growth, some parts of Urapakkam lacks basic civic amenities such as water and good roads.
  • The township consists of various civic amenities such as health centers, guest houses, bank, post office, telephone exchange and so on.
  • Durgapur being an industrial city, the civic amenities of different company/ plant townships are taken care by the respective company/ plant authorities.
  • It is situated in Mulund which is a developing area and has well planned civic amenities and world class planned infrastructure.
  • Another important civic amenity attended is the disposal of solid waste.
  • After a lot of wrangling and struggle the present civic amenity site was allotted to the school.
  • This was blocked by the Civic Amenities Act and instead the square became a conservation area.
  • The project looks at services like water supply, electricity, public health, public safety, civic amenities, transport and environment to arrive at a rating.
  • But urbanization has brought along with it the evils such as improper civic amenities and security issues.
  • CIDCO plans to provide basic civic amenities to all and elevate standards of living for people of all social and economic strata.
  • The site is now developing into a new village community of mixed residential, commercial, and civic amenities, but still retains several features of its military aviation heritage.
  • There was no provision for even a minimum of civic amenities in their dwellings.
  • The Society was one of the first civic amenity bodies and a progenitor of the National Trust.
  • Other civic amenities such as electricity, roads, water, sanitation, transportation are all in abysmal state.
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