Partial conversion of existing garage to form ancillary accommodation.
What does PC stand for?
PC stands for Partial Conversion (games)
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Optional riders * Living Needs Benefit (LNB) * Accidental Death Benefit (ADB) * Children's Protection Rider Conversion options Convertible during the level premium period; partial conversions permitted.
The range of projects vary in size and design, from three and four storey new builds and partial conversions of existing low-rise buildings, to the development of a 15-storey tower block with new build communal facilities at ground floor level.
The restoration and partial conversion of Stoneleigh Abbey ten years ago helped swell housing stocks in the area with a series of wonderful period homes, including shares in both the Elizabethan and Georgian portions of the grade I-listed building.
Undertaking a partial conversion allows the scanning project team to limit the total number of documents for the initial conversion effort, while allowing for a second conversion effort (for historical or archived documents) if time and budget permit.
The conversion, cleaning and clearinga process is being consistently shortened, but the improvements achieved are not in themselves sufficient to solve the structural problem of shrinking lot sizes With today's standard 1:1 combination in the pharma industry of a blister machine, an inline printing system and a cartoning machine, every partial conversion, not to mention every fault, shuts down the entire packaging line.