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Synonyms for liveable

fit or suitable to live in or with


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Properly managed urbanization can enhance both the prosperity and livability of cities, says, Peter Ellis, Lead Urban Economist at the World Bank.
Walsh and Hattiesburg, MS Mayor Johnny Dupree have been awarded first place honors in the 2015 City Livability Awards Program during The U.
We're seeing a lot of conversations (about improvement) happening in cities," Carmichael said, "and anything we at Livability can do to reward cities that are doing well and foster those conversations within cities, the better we will all be.
Rapid urbanization and the spread of urban sprawl and encroachmnent into environmentally sensitive areas in the countryside have imposed a challenge to maintain livability [12], Regarding the fact that Darake was one of the old villages around Tehran and now it has become a part of Tehran due to urban development and its proper climate due to existence of gardens and lakes and being near to main population center in north of Tehran and being proposed as a tourist site, have problems such as: lack of user intermixture in the district and the problems of access to local services (not having pharmacy, adequate health services, etc.
Economist researchers looked at 140 cities across the globe for the company's second livability survey of 2012 and found that little has changed in six months' time.
At the meeting, Bill Hudnut, former four-term mayor of Indianapolis, Congressman, author, think tank fellow and NLC past president will present on the topic of livability within the context of broad metropolitan change, and a group discussion about this issue will follow.
In addition to offering two days of talks, conversations, panel discussions and other programs the summit will serve as the setting for the MunicipalArt Society to announce the results of its second annual MAS Survey on Livability in New York City, a Marist public-opinion poll that gauges New Yorkers' feelings about how the city's built environment affects their quality of life.
Enhancing livability, in part, also means ensuring that roads provide safe mobility for all travelers--not just motor vehicles.
Kirklees was joint 27th of 120 councils surveyed by disabled charity Livability.
I work for Livability Holidays which is a part of the national charity Livability.
The most frustrating moment of Livability, Jon Raymond's book of short stories, is at the end of "New Shoes" when we don't find out if Dan is going to get funding to produce his screenplay.
Livability, which runs the Jane Hodge Respite Centre said an extensive review had concluded that "the lack of demand for buildings-based respite for disabled people now makes this service unfeasible".
THE expansion of the Los Angeles city Planning Department announced Wednesday will add 20 new planners, allow the department to chip away at the huge backlog of projects and start ``dynamic new initiatives to enhance livability for all Angelenos.
Full chapters on each of the towns, towns, along with weather and livability ratings, allow for a level of depth ideal for individuals searching for the perfect Oregon home.
To the contrary, he says, "it is clear that rail transit detracts from urban livability by far more than it adds.