Nikki Williams, head of campaigning at the Woodland Trust, said: "It is unbelievable that an organisation could be so brazen as to propose a motorway service area that destroys ancient woodland anywhere, but Extra Motorway Services obviously has no shame when it comes to destroying the UK's precious and irreplaceable habitats.
What does MSA stand for?
MSA stands for Motorway Service Area (UK)
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- Monash Student Association (Clayton) Inc (Australia)
- Mono-Slot Antenna
- Montana Stockgrowers Association
- Monthandler-Sammenslutningen (Karup, Denmark)
- Morale Support Activities
- Moshe Safdie and Associates (various locations)
- Most Seriously Affected
- Most Severely Affected
- Motor Sports Association (UK)
- Motorcycle Safety and Awareness (various locations)
- Mouvement Souveraineté-Association (Organisation for Quebec Independence; Canada)
- Multi-dimensional Systolic Array
- Multi-Service Access
- Multilateral Steel Agreement
- Multiple Scatterer Algorithm
- Multiple Sclerosis Association (various locations)
- Multiple Sequence Alignment
- Multiple System Atrophy (aka Shy-Drager Syndrome)
- Multisample Analysis
- Multisource Agreement
Samples in periodicals archive:
Plans have been unveiled for a new motorway service area between junctions five and six of the M42, creating 300 new jobs, in a project hailed as a huge economic and travel boost to the region.
At the official opening of Ireland s newest Motorway Service Area situated at Junction 14 on the M11 in Wicklow, Applegreen, Ireland s largest independent forecourt retailer, part of Petrogas Global Ltd, announced the creation of 360 new full time jobs in Ireland.
The company has 618 stores on the high street and another 619 at sites such as airports, train stations and motorway service areas.
According to the Institute of Advanced Motorists a large Snickers bar costs 90p from a motorway service area compared to 68p from a high street branch - 32 per cent more.
By ISLAMABAD, July 11, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Restaurants and tuck-shops on Islamabad-Lahore Motorway service areas are making a buck by charging high prices of edible items and soft drinks.
Elsewhere, the travel business, which operates from more than 530 outlets at airports, train stations and motorway service areas, increased sales by 2%, but once new openings are stripped out, like-for like sales fell by 2%.
The travel business, which operates from 532 outlets at airports, train stations and motorway service areas, increased operating profits by nine per cent to pounds 25 million, even though like-for-like sales fell three per cent in the face of softer passenger numbers and disruption to air and rail services before Christmas.