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Keepmoat Regeneration also recently completed an PS8m Extra Care development in Talbot Green, Rhondda Cynon Taf, for Hafod Care Association, and last month refurbished the 1000th home of a PS25m partnership with Caerphilly County Borough Council.
The former ISIS Waterside Regeneration development director has joined igloo Regeneration, the development managers of Siglion.
Passive regeneration takes place automatically on motorway or fast A-road runs when the exhaust temperature is high.
The installation of the artwork, depicting three miners' heads, marks the completion of the through the European-funded town centre regeneration programme.
The shoots regenerated on any regeneration medium were not difficult to root on MS medium containing 0.
Jane Morcom, Andy Butts, Centrick Property; Judith Plant, Crest Nicholson Regeneration.
Carl Sargeant, the Minister for Housing and Regeneration, saw for himself today the good work being done in housing and regeneration across North Wales.
DIGBETH Residents' Association is bringing attention to the regeneration of the area by running an event called Regeneration in Digbeth and HS2.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 10, 2012-Sigma Capital Group forms Liverpool regeneration projects JV(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
MAJOR regeneration plans in Redcar and Cleveland must not be scaled back, says a leading councillor.
Within the animal context, biological regeneration can be defined as a spatio-temporal process whereby biological tissue is replaced or repaired, often without external intervention, and thence regains some or all of its original form and function.