every year valuable gardens start the slow slide to dereliction
the state of having been abandoned and become dilapidated.
translation of 'dereliction'
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But conservative estimates suggested the new owners would have to spend at least the same amount again on the property to save it from 'dereliction' .
This means that an annual levy amounting to three per cent of the valuation of the properties will be imposed on the owners until the site is removed from 'dereliction' .
The scheme will help to address the increasing problems of 'dereliction' and neglect in many rural towns because of rising levels of migration away from rural town areas.
a 15th-century farmhouse has been saved from 'dereliction'
The press release announcing the new scheme stated that its purpose was to combat 'dereliction' in these urban areas and to relieve the pressure on housing supply.
The public think this centre has closed and I can understand why - it's been allowed to fall into a state of 'dereliction' .
Litter on our streets, anti-social behaviour, 'dereliction' - we all know what is wrong with our town.
Around 140 luxury homes are being built around the course as part of a deal to save one of Ireland's great stately homes from 'dereliction' .
However, the figures are still dwarfed by the huge scale of the problem of urban 'dereliction' and blight in the area.
The business park will help regenerate this area disadvantaged by years of industrial decay and 'dereliction' .
There is a real sense of 'dereliction' around the place.
the prosecution team were guilty of 'dereliction' of duty for failing to disclose evidence
There would have been no poll tax, race riots, rail privatisation and less industrial 'dereliction' .
At first he was turned down - the Commission said no-one would want to come to such a scene of industrial 'dereliction' .
Following a lengthy period of 'dereliction' it has now developed into a most attractive street once again.
Ten years later when the scientists moved on, the wooden building was left empty, gradually falling into 'dereliction' .
Everyone in the village contributed what they could to save their church from 'dereliction' .
This process also has its downside, such as low wages for supermarket workers, and unemployment and 'dereliction' in some areas.
Why do we need more retail developments when there are so many properties in the town centre which are empty and have been allowed to fall into a state of neglect and 'dereliction' ?
a gross 'dereliction' of duty by the Secretary of State
Whatever the refurbishment cost the building cannot, must not, become another infamous centre of 'dereliction' .
The scheme was designed to enhance the core areas of smaller towns and villages by eliminating 'dereliction' but flaws in the scheme have resulted in nothing happening.
When it closed the canal was seen as a dirty, decaying relic of an industrial past, and it sank into decay and 'dereliction' .
every year valuable gardens start the slow slide to 'dereliction'
She was found guilty of 'dereliction of duty' and accused of concealing a past shoplifting arrest, the army added.
Investigators concluded that 18 soldiers committed war crimes ranging from murder and assault to 'dereliction of duty' .
Her husband faces possible court martial for 'dereliction of duty' , cruelty and maltreatment and conspiracy.
And the charges he faces right now include assault, maltreatment, indecent acts, 'dereliction of duty' , and conspiracy.
However, at a meeting yesterday, the board concluded that none of the authority's staff or management was guilty of 'dereliction of duty' .
He did not, however, specify the charges, which include maltreating detainees and 'dereliction of duty' .
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