catchment area

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The Swansea school catchment areas which are most commonly requested in a search for a property are for Olchfa Comprehensive, Bishop Gore and Bishopston Comprehensive.
A SCHOOL at the centre of the Trojan Horse scandal has proven so popular it has the smallest catchment area out of all of Birmingham's secondary schools.
He said the proposed investment for future projects in Seeb and Al Amerat catchment areas would be $519.
The part of the funds will be used to plant trees in water catchment areas.
A proposal to merge catchment areas of six primary schools in Warwick into a single 'super priority area' was also dropped.
Officials want to achieve a balance between the Gabalfa Primary and Whitchurch Primary catchment areas and reduce any uncertainty in admission arrangements.
The analysis, conducted by Steer Davies Gleave and Capital Economics, looked at the catchment areas of the UK's long-haul airports and concluded that Birmingham currently serves the greatest number of passengers living and working within two hours travel by road and rail.
Target catchment areas in Northumberland include the Tweed, Aln, Coquet and coastal streams.
Living in the catchment area of the top 10 primary schools in the Capital commands a property premium of more than [pounds]200,000, according to new research from Hamptons International.
For the past two years the free soil testing programme was run for farms in the Afon Clwyd catchment area but this has now been extended to farms in other areas where issues with water quality are thought to be linked to agriculture.
There should be a method by which franchisees should have the first preferential right over players from their catchment areas.
The identification of hospital catchment areas is an important challenge in health services research (Garnick et al.
According to sources, the flood situation will remain same for next few days, as it is still raining heavily on the catchment areas of Brahmaputra and its tributaries.
People are being asked for their opinions on: whether all secondary schools should have the same admissions criteria; whether or not there should be catchment areas or feeder primary schools; and the criteria that could be used to allocate places in circumstances where there are more applications than there are places available.
HOUSE prices near Northern Ireland's top schools could rocket by pounds 100,000 if catchment areas are introduced, a top academic warned yesterday.