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The glossary of statistical terms, published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), defines zoning as: ‘…the process in physical planning, or the results thereof, in which specific functions or uses are assigned to certain areas (for example, industrial zones, residential areas).’
- Central activities zone
- Clean Air Zone
- Clear access zone
- Coastal Transition Zone
- Electromagnetic compatibility zone
- Enterprise zone
- Exclusion zone
- Flood zone
- Hearing protection zone
- Heritage Action Zone
- Housing zone
- Hyphoreic zone
- International Zoning Code (IZC)
- Low emission zone
- Marine Conservation Zone
- Pedestrian zone
- Protected zone
- Separate zoning control
- Shared zone
- Simplified planning zone
- Source protection zone
- Surf zone
- Thermal zone
- Tree protection zone
- Ultra Low Emission Zone
- Unprotected zone
- Unsaturated zone
- Zone area
- Zone control
- Zoning in the United States
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