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What does DMBC stand for?

DMBC stands for Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council (UK)

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Contract notice: Education and training services Short description of the specific contract rotherham metropolitan borough council, its partner local authority doncaster metropolitan borough council and other public body within the united kingdom are inviting suitably qualified providers of various learning and development requirements to submit an indicative tender to be included on a dynamic purchasing system for the provision learning and development.
But it said: "The Secretary of State may wish to consider the immediate suspension of some or all of the functions currently undertaken by the Executive and Council, and the appointment of commissioners to be responsible for the administration of Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council.
An outline planning application for a 306,780 sq ft (28,500 sq m)two- storey IKEA store on the park, which would create up to 500 new jobs for the area, has been submitted to Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council.
Tony Willis, director of Scient and project manager for the DCALL scheme, said: 'To get all 97 centres networked and running before the end of the year is highly ambitious, but thanks to the support of the hard working Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council staff and the sheer enthusiasm of the local community, we are determined that the target will be achieved.
But it said: "The Secretary of State may wish to consider the immediate suspension of some or all of the functions currently undertaken by the Executive and Council, and the appointment of commissioners to be responsible for the administration of Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council.
Uncertainty has surrounded the sales venue since September 2000, when Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council first mooted a major redevelopment scheme, including closing the current sales complex beside the racecourse stables, which DBS has leased from DMBC since the firm was founded in 1962.