5 acre Liverpool Paradise Street Development Area (PDSA).
What does PSDA stand for?
PSDA stands for Paradise Street Development Area (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
``In practical terms the day-to-day activities on streets within the Paradise Street Development Area will hardly differ from those undertaken on streets maintained by the local highway authority.
The advent of The Paradise Street Development Area (PSDA) will further raise the city's profile to create a genuine regional retail centre.
Tucked between a recruitment agency and a hairdresser's, right under the dust cloud over the Paradise Street development area, The Orchid Spring is the sort of place you could walk past without even noticing it, but once you have been inside you are guaranteed to return.
The properties within the Paradise Street development area could be compulsorily purchased by the council to make way for a multi-million pound regeneration.
The completion of the car park, and nearby multi-storey car park, means that Grosvenor has now spent pounds 200m on the Paradise Street Development Area project.
Most of the work on the re-development of the 42 acre site behind Church Street - known as the Paradise Street Development Area - will be completed by 2007, when Liverpool celebrates its 800th anniversary.
The completion of the interchange and car park means that Grosvenor has now spent pounds 200m on the Paradise Street Development Area project.