Ian Robinson, of Regeneration Express, was previously chief executive of the Affordable Housing Development Company which transformed Anfield's Tancred Road with an award-winning renovation scheme.
What does AHDC stand for?
AHDC stands for Affordable Housing Development Company (various locations)
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- Arkansas Housing Development Agency
- Assistant Help Desk Advisor
- Association for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa
- Asymmetric Hetero Diels-Alder
- Australasian Human Development Association
- Australian Huntington's Disease Association
- Autonomous Hazard Detection and Avoidance
- Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (UK)
- Ad Hoc Disciplinary Committee (UN)
- Adult Day Health Care
- Aiming High for Disabled Children (UK; est. 2007; Department for Children, Schools and Families)
- Allegheny Heritage Development Corporation
- Animal Health & Diagnostic Commission (Pennsylvania)
- Action for Human Development and Cooperation
- American Horse Defense Fund
- Australian Hospital Design Group
- Affordable Housing Developers, Inc. (North Dakota)
- Alfred Haber Distributions, Inc. (Palisades Park, NJ)
- Alternative Human Development Index (UN Development Programme)
- Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (Modesto, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Ian Robinson, of Regeneration Express, was previously chief executive of the Affordable Housing Development Company which transformed Anfield's Tancred Road with an awardwinning renovation scheme.
Making their first foray into the Manhattan real estate market, Mo Vaughn's Omni NY affordable housing development company recently closed on their first Manhattan property: 2059-71 Madison Avenue.
Award-winning company Affordable Housing Development Company (AHDC) transformed every three and four bedroom property on Tancred Road near Liverpool FC's ground thanks to a unique private investment partnership with Liverpool council and Arena Housing.
Now thanks to a unique private investment scheme from the Affordable Housing Development Company, the three and four bedroom houses are back on the market, pending their complete refurbishment.