civic centre


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civic centre

n
(Human Geography) Brit the public buildings of a town, including recreational facilities and offices of local administration
Translations

civic centre

n (Brit) → Verwaltungszentrum nteiner Stadt

civic centre

n (Brit) → centro civico
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Space in the court building will be freed up when the civil court, family court and tribunal service move into the civic centre as part of a deal that will net the council PS32m.
NEWCASTLE'S Civic Centre is set to become a hub for Government agencies in the North East.
A Remembrance Day service will be held at Scarborough Civic Centre on Sunday, November 6 beginning at 2 p.
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.
SWANSEA Council's ruling cabinet has approved plans for a multi-million-pound redevelopment of Swansea's city centre including the sale of the authority's flagship, seafront Civic Centre building.
Price based on two sharing standard room on room-only basis for four nights at Holiday Civic Centre in San Francisco and Circus Circus in Las Vegas, return transatlantic flights and internal flights.
5m works to Civic Centre 3 were completed, a planning application has been submitted for another centre.
ISLAMABAD, March 01, 2012 (Frontier Star): Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani will inaugurate the building of Civic Centre at Gwadar that will be a modern addition to the port city and help its growth.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 2, 2010-Skanska awarded Brent Council's green Civic Centre contract for GBP85m(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
If he had, he would have seen that this master plan provided for a civic and cultural centre with the whole area linked by pedestrian walkways with open landscaped courtyards with pools, fountains, and waterfalls giving "connectivity" throughout the civic centre, linked to the Council House, Museum and Art Gallery, and the Town Hall.
But this recently-completed civic centre, incorporating a new public library and prefaced by an ambitious central square, underlines the town's ambitions to emerge from relative obscurity, gain city status and participate fully in the ongoing Irish economic and cultural renaissance.
WHITNASH could become the latest town to have its own civic centre with a "one-stop shop" for residents.