Euclidean zoning

Definition of "Euclidean zoning"
  1. A method of land use regulation where a community is sectioned into distinct zones allowing only specified uses
How to use "Euclidean zoning" in a sentence
  1. To prevent industrial disruption in a residential neighborhood, the city council implemented Euclidean zoning.
  2. The new housing development was approved thanks to Euclidean zoning allowing such a project in that zone.
  3. The small business had to find a new location because Euclidean zoning did not permit commercial operations in their chosen area.

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