Mr Shields, 66, chaired the Liverpool Land Development Company until it merged with Liverpool Vision in 2008.
What does LLDC stand for?
LLDC stands for Liverpool Land Development Company (Liverpool, England, UK)
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- Large-Linked Database
- Leased Line Database
- Lessons Learned Database
- Look Look (Dancing Boys)
- Loveline Database
- Luc Luong Dac Biet (Vietnamese Special Forces)
- Landlocked Developing Countries
- Least Developed Country
- Les Larmes du Chaos (France)
- Liberty Lake Day Camp (Columbus, NJ)
- London Legacy Development Corporation (London, England, UK)
- Long Live Dream Cars (online car auction)
- Ligation of Left Descending Coronary Artery
- Lloyds List Daily Commercial News (shipping trade publication; Australia)
- Learner with Learning Difficulties or Disabilities (UK education)
- Low Level Design Document
- Low Level Device Driver
- La Locanda Delle Donne Monache (Italian: Inn of the Monache Women; Maratea, Italy)
- log-linear-duration dependence model
- Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund
Samples in periodicals archive:
uk THE former Liverpool Vision, before its merger with Liverpool Land Development Company and Business Liverpool has been awarded the Public Sector Team accolade at the Insider Property Awards North West 2008.
Duly swallowed up in the new Liverpool Vision (Mark 2) - which is primarily looking after regeneration and local business - is the Liverpool Land Development Company.
Liverpool Vision and Liverpool Land Development Company are each donating pounds 500 to the cause.
FORMER Liverpool Land Development Company chief executive David Waugh has been appointed chairman of commercial developer Cosmopolitan Enterprises.
Liverpool Vision is the merger of the current Liverpool Vision regeneration company, Liverpool Land Development Company and Business Liverpool.
Liverpool Land Development Company and national regeneration agency English Partnerships are leading the pounds 350m Edge Lane Project which they claim will smarten up Liverpool's image.
The 50,000 sq ft first phase of the development is due for completion within the next month and we believe that, upon full completion of the 19-unit industrial scheme in February 2008, Wellington Employment Park South will be an extremely valuable asset to the industrial market in north Liverpool, and will be another example of a successful regeneration project for Langtree, in partnership with Liverpool Land Development Company and English Partnerships.