Greenfield definition

Greenfield means land not developed beyond agricultural, range, or forestry use.
Greenfield means land not developed beyond agricultural or forestry use.
Greenfield means a Greenfield development as defined in the Economic Development Incentive Policy of the Municipality;

Examples of Greenfield in a sentence

  • The following members voting aye: Wells, Hess, Greenfield, Nehman and Stauter.

  • David intends to transfer his residential property at 6254 South 31st Street, Greenfield, Wisconsin, into survivorship marital property with present equity of approximately Seventy Thousand Dollars ($70,000.00).

  • Length of RunwaysAirports with Paved RunwaysAirports with Unpaved Runways3,047 m(10,000ft) or more21 Greenfield Airports: Bangalore International Airport: A Greenfield airport at Devanahalli near Bangalore is being implemented on a Build-Own Operate and Transfer (Boot) basis developed with Public Private Participation.

  • This section of the questionnaire looked at the training experiences that the teaching staff at Greenfield had undergone in their initial teacher training and then later at the school itself.

  • Roy had taught for eight years and Greenfield was his second school.


More Definitions of Greenfield

Greenfield means a location where no BT Network has previously been deployed or a location which has no existing development or building;
Greenfield means a location where no BT Network has previously been deployed;
Greenfield means land not developed beyond agricultural, range, or forestry use. 624 (27) "Hazardous waste" means any substance defined, regulated, or listed as a
Greenfield means Greenfield AG, a Swiss corporation.
Greenfield means any catchment other than the citywide and infill catchments.
Greenfield means land not developed beyond agricultural or forestry use
Greenfield means all catchments other than the citywide, infill, and CBD catchments