Swale definition

Swale means a shallow depression in the ground sloping to a place for disposal for the purpose of providing a method of drainage of surface water.
Swale means a shallow depression in the ground sloping to a place of disposal of surface water for the purpose of providing a method of drainage of surface water;
Swale means a man-made trench that:

Examples of Swale in a sentence

  • Grounds: In the interests of the visual amenities of the area and in pursuance of policies E49 and G1 of the Swale Borough Local Plan.

  • Grounds: In the interests of residential amenity and in pursuance of policy E1 of the Swale Borough Local Plan 2008.

  • Short-Term Room Rental Business SPA SPA SPA provided that: a) The business passes an annual Safety inspection by the Inspector of Buildings.

  • Grounds: In the interests of visual amenity and in pursuance of policies E48 and G1 of the Swale Borough Local Plan.

  • Grounds: In the interests of residential amenity and in pursuance of Policy G1 of the Swale Borough Local Plan.


More Definitions of Swale

Swale means a broad depression within which stormwater may drain during inclement weather, but that does not have a defined bed or banks.
Swale means a manmade trench which:
Swale means a linear topographic depression, either naturally occurring or of human construction, which meets all of the following criteria:
Swale means a low-lying stretch of land which gathers or carries surface water runoff.
Swale means a shallow depression in the ground sloping to a place for the purpose of conveying surface drainage.
Swale means a man-made trench which:
Swale means a structural measure with a lining of grass, riprap or other materials, which can function as a detention structure and convey stormwater runoff without causing erosion.