Industrial use means the use of land, buildings or structures designed for the purpose of manufacturing, assembling, making, preparing, inspecting, ornamenting, finishing, treating, altering, repairing, warehousing or storing or adapting for sale of any goods, substance, article or thing, or any part thereof and the storage of building and construction equipment and materials, as distinguished from the buying and selling of commodities and the supplying of personal services. This definition does not include Agricultural Use;
Examples of Industrial use in a sentence
The land use classification of the project site is General Industrial use.
Industrial use has been identified as one of the appropriate uses of this area.
More Definitions of Industrial use
Industrial use means the use of land or a building designed or used as a factory within the meaning of the Factories, Machinery and Building Works Act, 1941 (Act 22 of 1941) and any amendments thereof and includes any office or other building on the same site, the use of which is incidental to, or reasonably necessary in connection with the use of such factory but shall not include noxious industrial uses, a single dwelling unit, dwelling units and public garages;
Industrial use means lands, buildings or structures used or designed or intended for use for manufacturing, producing, processing, fabricating or assembly of raw goods, research or development in connection therewith, and includes office uses, warehousing or bulk storage of goods and the sale of commodities to the general public where such uses are accessory to an industrial use, but does not include the sale of commodities to the general public through a warehouse club or similar use;
Industrial use means use: