civic centre


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civic centre

Brit the public buildings of a town, including recreational facilities and offices of local administration
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Local authority bosses controversially agreed to borrow the PS45m for the scheme in 2015, but have always insisted that the refurbishment will pay for itself by reducing the maintenance costs of the deteriorating civic centre - as well as generating a further PS32m in rental income on top of that.
The Civic Centre was opened by HM King Olav V of Norway in 1968 and is the joint eighth tallest building in the city at 200ft.
Local authority bosses controversially agreed to borrow the [pounds sterling]45m for the scheme in 2015, but have always insisted that the refurbishment will pay for itself by reducing the maintenance costs of the deteriorating civic centre - as well as generating a further [pounds sterling]32m in rental income on top of that.
The london borough of bromley ( the council ) is inviting tenders for the provision of a caterer for the bromley civic centre caf concessionthe council is seeking to secure an experienced contractor that can manage, deliver and develop an innovative service making the civic centre cafeteria th...Ng the council in respect to the council services or attending events and activities at the site.
It is now turning its attention to the nearby Civic Centre site - which had until recently housed council workers.
He also directed the officials concerned to take appropriate measures to further improve the sanitary conditions in the Civic Centre Building.
The council says it is trying to negotiate with Pride Cyrmu to keep costs at the Civic Centre down.
Earlier, FBR consulted the tribunal for collection of wealth tax from Civic Centre. The tribunal had pronounced verdict in favour of Civic Centre.
Earlier, FBR consulted the tribunal for the collection of wealth tax from the Civic Centre.
Several senior officials, including those of the rank of additional and deputy commissioners, were in for a big shock when all elevators in the 28- storey MCD Civic Centre were shut down and they had to use the stairs to reach their respective offices in the building.
I AGREE with the letter of Douglas Davies (March 25), with whom I was a student at Cardiff College of Art, that the Cardiff Civic Centre would do far more to raise the profile of Wales than the Senedd in Cardiff Bay, which looks more like a building under construction.