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rezone Line breaks: re¦zone
Pronunciation: /riːˈzəʊn/

Definition of rezone in English:


[with object] chiefly North American
Assign (land or property) to a different planning zone: they submitted a proposal to rezone part of the Brooklyn waterfront (as noun rezoning) the possible rezoning of some 800 acres of land
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  • Four years ago, the city of New York rezoned the area, with the intention of creating a park along the Brooklyn waterfront.
  • Ms Radley said the draft plan requires rezoning of certain tracts of land within the existing 13-acre site.
  • The Konover plan would have rezoned 60 acres of industrial land to commercial adjacent to Interstate 93.

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