Is it the correct expression in English?

China
December 27, 2010 11:14pm CST
I am writing some paper of site selection of public facilities in small towns. But i don't know whether the sentence is the correct expression. Which sentence is the best and the correct expression? If nether of them are not the best expression, how to correct them? Thank you very much. 1, A survey of public facilities location in Shanghai has been put into practice. 2, A location of public facilities in Shanghai has been put into practice. 3, A public facilities' location in Shanghai has been put into practice.
2 responses
@urbandekay (18312)
18 Mar 11
A survey concerning location of public facilities in Shanghai has been completed. If the survey is not yet finished say instead, A survey concerning location of public facilities in Shanghai has been initiated. I am a native English speaker All the best urban
@DoctorDidi (7030)
• India
28 Dec 10
You try yourself. I think it is the best way to achive command over a foreign language. The more you will practise it, the more will it be easier to you gradually and in a few days you will find that you can express yourself in the way you desire.