Brownfield

Land that has had a previous use before being used for housebuilding. This could be a car park or a piece of land where a redundant factory used to stand
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Brownfield

[software development] Brownfield development is a term commonly used in the IT industry to describe problem spaces needing the development and deployment of new software systems in the immediate presence of existing (legacy) software applications/systems. This implies that any new software architecture must take into account and coexist wi...
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Brownfield

An area previously used for housing, industry or other infrastructure which then has to be cleared, de-contaminated and redeveloped for a new use.
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Brownfield

Previously developed land, either commercial or industrial, which has been cleared for redevelopment
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Brownfield

sites are those that have previously been developed and now lie idle. The name contrasts with 'Greenfield' sites, which are sites being developed on agricultural or green belt land
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