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redevelop in Business topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishredevelopre‧de‧vel‧op /ˌriːdɪˈveləp/ verb [transitive]  BTBto make an area more modern by putting in new buildings or changing or repairing the old ones The old docks are being redeveloped as a business park.→ See Verb table
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redevelopCotton would have permission to redevelop.Only recently has the former begun to develop and the latter to redevelop.Darlington Council is trying to redevelop all the yards between Skinnergate and High Row.Monday to begin redeveloping old industrial sites.Paul, Minnesota, created half a dozen private, nonprofit corporations to redevelop the city.Tourism in Baltimore has increase since the city redeveloped the Inner Harbor.At Exmouth there are plans to redevelop the old docks for new housing.In Fort Wayne, efforts to redevelop the Southtown Mall property have focused on increasing or changing the mix of tenants.The mayors, in releasing the report, said current rules about redeveloping these sites are too stringent.