Open Space Sample Clauses

Open Space. Acquisitions within the PPA. The County agrees that for the term of this IGA it will not purchase or otherwise acquire any land within the PPA for open space purposes, including conservation easements and transfer of development right sending sites without the approval of the Town.
Open Space. Except as may be specifically set forth on the Plan, Developer agrees that there shall be no construction, traffic or work on any open space area. Developer agrees that no dirt will be stockpiled on the open space, nor will the open space be altered from its original condition. No stumps, roots or debris will be buried in the open space. Developer agrees to do any necessary cleanup of the open space whether or not such land is proposed to be dedicated to the Township.
Open Space. A. R-PUDs shall provide a minimum open area (“required open space”). Required open space shall be land areas that are not occupied by buildings, structures, parking areas (including private driveways), streets or alleys. Said required open space shall be devoted to landscaping, preservation of natural features, open pavilions, and recreational areas. Required open space areas shall be contiguous, not a collection of remnants, nor the area immediately surrounding housing units (“common area”).
Open Space. The Existing Development Agreement contemplated development of the entirety of the Property. The amount of open space required under the terms of the Existing Development Agreement was based on a calculation of 30% of the total area of the parcels proposed for development, with the requirement calculated to be 12.17 acres. CCHC made an open space contribution of 13.07 acres of uplands and wetlands adjacent to other protected open space in the Town of Yarmouth in 2011 (the “Conservation Restriction”). The Conservation Restriction has been recorded and there are no open space obligations remaining with respect to the development of the Property.
Open Space. Minimum open space shall exceed fifty percent (50%) of the Tuscan Reserve portion of the Property’s gross area. Open space shall be defined by the LDC and include storm water ponds. Flexibility to the minimum open space requirements shall be as provided by the LDC which may include but not limited to, green building principles, land donation, or other mechanisms that would justify a lower percentage and approved by the LUA. Open Space shall be maintained by either the actual owner of the property or a property owners association as determined by the Owner.
Open Space. Except as provided in 17.28.050.B, below, thirty percent of the total site shall be set aside for open space that is commonly owned or publicly dedicated. Commonly owned open space, as defined in Article 8 (Open Space: Common) shall not include space occupied by infrastructure such as roads, parking lots, or above ground components of sewer and water treatment plants, or area set aside for the sole use of individual residents, such as private balconies and patios. Commonly owned Open Space may include land developed or set aside for:
Open Space. The project shall provide at least 20% of the development in the form of open space. Open space may include all the common areas as identified above in addition to all land used for recreational uses as generally depicted in the Recreational/Parks & Landscape Plan, stormwater management areas, landscape areas, buffers, natural water features, active and passive recreational areas, public access easements, and any wetlands further described in Section 9.C., herein, and shall be calculated cumulatively.
Open Space. Land that is not occupied by any structure or artificial impervious surfaces and that is intended for long-term conservation purposes.
Open Space. All green spaces with all the trees, bushes, shrubs, flowers beds etc together with all scriptures and playing outfits etc. and all area forming an integral part of the said Residential Complex which are open to sky.