Halesfield-based Trade Cooling has received a PS21,000 investment from the LEP's Redundant Building Grants Scheme for its project to expand its warehousing capability while creating a new suite of offices.
What does RBG stand for?
RBG stands for Redundant Building Grant (UK)
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- Row-Block Based Fault-Tolerant Memory
- Random Bit Generator (algorithm)
- Random Blood Glucose
- Rather Be Giraffes (Brandeis University A Cappella Group)
- Really Bad Game
- Really Big Gun
- Red Black and Green
- Red Blue and Green (primary colors of light as perceived by humans; less common, usually seen as RGB)
- Red Blue Gold
- Refrigerated Baked Goods
- Regalbediengerät (machine for moving pallets in an automatic warehouse)
- Réseau des Boutiques de Gestion (French: Network of Management Shops)
- Revolutionary But Gangsta (Dead Prez album)
- Rhema Broadcasting Group (New Zealand)
- Righteous Black Guerillas (band)
- Riverboat Gamblers (Texas punk rock band)
- Rock Bottom Golf (website)
- Rocket Boosted Glider
- Roseburg (Amtrak station code; Roseburg, OR)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Ian and Jane Gibbs, of Lords Hill Farm, Wolston, set up the cattery thanks to an pounds 11,300 investment from the Redundant Building Grant Scheme.
Lords Hill Farm, at Wolston, has been farmed by Ian and Jane Gibbs as a sheep and arable concern since 1936 and has now diversified into the cattery business with the help of the Redundant Building Grant Scheme.
Paul Chatwin awards Fiona and Chris Barber with the Redundant Building Grant, enabling them to open their farm shop.
Regional development agency Advantage West Midlands is shining the spotlight on the borough having extended the successful Redundant Building Grant scheme which has been helping to revive buildings in Herefordshire, Shropshire and Worcestershire for more than three years.
The jobs will be created at East Peterel Field Farm, near Hexham, with more than pounds 60,000 of funding awarded through the Northumberland Redundant Building Grant Scheme.
The farm, taken over in 1921 by Grace's great grandfather Septimus Barnes, had set up a small shop in the 1980s but the retail business really took off in 2009 when a former turkey shed was converted with the help of a Redundant Building Grant.
A Redundant Building Grant scheme, which has been helping to revive buildings in the region for more than three years, has now been extended to Warwickshire.