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TRAM

(trăm)
transverse rectus abdominis musculocutaneous reconstruction.
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They have put forward a development bid on the site of an existing surface car park and properties Rapport own at Bridge Street.
It has put forward a development bid on the site of an existing surface car and properties Rapport owns at Bridge Street.
Expected to receive a footfall of 20mn customers annually, Mall of Qatar will include 7,000 underground and surface car parking spaces, 500 shops, including over 100 F&B outlets, a 19-screen cineplex and a 5-star, 200-bedroom luxury and fashion hotel operated by Curio, a Collection by Hilton.
The plans from company Grainger Hotel include an application to change the use of the vacant tram sheds by adding a two-storey extension at the Westgate Road end to create a 48-bed hotel with a restaurant, gym, underground and surface car parking, cycle shelters and a separate community centre.
Southside Central, a newly incorporated company registered in Northampton, is working with city practice Glenn Howells Architects and Stourbridge-based PJ Planning to redevelop a surface car park at 83-92 Bromsgrove Street.
In a letter to traders in the shopping centre in Gorey, the property management agent said: "Dunnes Stores opened a door leading directly to the surface car park last November.
The tender calls for the construction of the surface car parking at the mall, located next to International City.
The car park will be used by staff, leaving the existing 575 space multi-storey car park for patients and visitors, while surface car park space is earmarked for new clinical space.
Application ref: M/FP/0173/13/P Address: Boho One, Bridge Street West, Middlesbrough Proposal: Formation of a surface car park (70 spaces) and perimeter landscaping.
Colne Valley planning decisions KIRKLEES Council has made the following decisions on Colne Valley planning applications: Conditional permission: * Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust, extension of time limit for implementing existing permission for demolition of curtilage buildings, building of two multi storey car parks, change of use, extensions and alterations to principle listed building to form office accommodation and outline application with siting and means of access for health related facilities, 17 hospital worker accommodation units, surface car parking and associated landscaping and highway works (within curtilage of a listed building), Acre Mills Site, Acre Street, Lindley.
Now it wants to expand the surface car park on the site of Josephine Butler House, causing fresh anger from conservationists.