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
References in periodicals archive ?
COMPLETION of the PS45m refurbishment of Newcastle Civic Centre has been pushed back another six weeks.
Delays like this are not unusual in the refurbishment of old buildings such as the Civic Centre.
Tenders are invited for cafe concession at bromley civic centre
A DEVELOPER has revealed Phase One of its plans to redevelop the Civic Centre site in Colwyn Bay.
Last August demolition was approved for Civic Centres one to four, following on from the demolition of the copper-clad bridge linking the council house and civic centre three.
KARACHI -- Director General (DG) Karachi Development Authority (KDA), Samiuddin Siddiqi on Friday expressed displeasure over absence of staffers from duties during visits to different departments of KDA at Civic Centre here.
Pride Cymru's Big Weekend was held at the Civic Centre, last year at a cut price as the event had to move from its previous location in Bute Park due to the Champions League Final.
The lawyer representing Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) apprised the court that two buildings worth Rs198 million were sold to Civic Centre on orders from former premier Benazir Bhutto in 1995.
Justice Gulzar Ahmed headed a three-member bench in the Civic Centre building wealth tax case.
At the IBC the gatekeeper did not allow us to enter the office and told us to visit the Civic Centre. When we visited the Civic Centre, the officials there told us the KE would not turn on the supply until they got payment or confirmation.
Karachi -- In a tragic incident, a dejected elderly pensioner jumped to his death from Karachi's Civic Centre building on Monday.