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infillnoun [U]

uk   us   PROPERTY
development of new ​houses, ​businessbuildings, etc. on ​land between other ​buildings in already ​developedareas: The mayor ​included $2 million in his ​current city ​budget to ​buyland for infill and ​redevelopment throughout the city. Infill ​housing is ​expensive and not everybody who ​wants a ​housewants to ​livedowntown. Experts also suggest that the ​trend toward infill ​development can ​reduce the ​reliance on ​driving.
(Definition of infill from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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