The Tory member hosted a House of Commons reception on behalf of the Business Centre Association campaign, which says that investment and speculative development has come to a halt in all regions outside London since the EPR threshold was lowered to pounds 2,600 RV in April 2011.
What does BCA stand for?
BCA stands for Business Centre Association (UK Serviced Office Trade Association)
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- Bunda College of Agriculture (Malawi)
- Buoyant Cable Antenna
- Bureau Canadien des Archivistes (French)
- Bureau of Canadian Archivists
- Bureau of Consular Affairs
- Bureau of Criminal Apprehension
- Burlington City Arts (Vermont)
- Burren College of Art (Ireland)
- Burst Cutting Area
- Business Case Analysis
- Business Computer Applications, Inc (Atlanta, Georgia)
- Business Consumer Alliance
- Business Contracts Architecture
- Business Cooperation Agreement (various companies)
- Business Corporation Act
- Business Council of Australia (Australia)
- Business Credit Application
- Business Critical Application (VMware)
- CorpBanca SA (stock symbol; Santiago, Chile)
- N-Benzylcyclopropylamine (chemistry)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The healthy figures reflect optimistic announcements from the Business Centre Association (BCA) regarding new customer activity.
THE Business Centre Association today urges the commercial property market to take action to limit damage from the 2010 revaluation list, which comes into force on 1st April 2010.
But that leaves other members of the business community disenfranchised, argues the Business Centre Association (BCA), which has slammed the supplement as just "another stealth tax".
The Business Centre Association (BCA) warned that the Budget "does not go far enough to keep small businesses afloat in challenging economic times".
Tony Waldron is the new chairman of the Business Centre Association
The Dublin City Business Centre Association - which has forked out more than pounds 400,000 for the crime-busting cameras - is hoping the initiative will save it money in the long run by preventing thefts.