CONSTRUCTION firm Willmott Dixon has completed the building of a new English medium primary school for Powys County Council in a contract worth more than PS5m.
What does PCC stand for?
PCC stands for Powys County Council (Welsh Unitary Local Authority)
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- Poste de Commandement Centralise
- Postgraduate Certificate Course
- Postgraduate Combinatorial Conference
- Power Cheer Calgary (cheerleading team; Calgary, Alberta)
- Power Computing Co.
- Power Connectivity Cost
- Power Consumption Charge
- Power Control Center
- Power Conversion Conference
- Power-Constrained Capacity
- Prague Capabilities Commitment
- Prague Congress Centre (Czech Republic)
- Praise Christian Center (various locations)
- Pratt Community College
- Pre-Activation Communications Channel
- Pre-Cast Concrete
- Pre-Combat Check
- Pre-Command Course
- Pre-Construction Conference (various companies)
- Precipitated Calcium Carbonate
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Powys County Council plans to make its section of the town car park in Llanfyllin pay and display, in a bid to gain pounds 100,000 additional income.
Among the ten Local Authorities who have recently selected performancesoft pbviews as their Performance Management solution of choice are: Nottinghamshire County Council, Powys County Council, Salisbury District Council, Lancashire County Council, Spelthorne Borough Council, Stratford-on-Avon Council and Weymouth & Portland Borough Council.
The Arts Council of Wales and Powys County Council have revealed that Orchard will take on the world famous festival from this year.
This extra pot of money can have a significant impact on the financial well-being of a pensioner, and we look forward to helping the employees at Powys County Council as they save for their retirement.
The 2009 Powys Business Awards were organised by the Mid Wales Manufacturing Group and Powys County Council.
Powys County Council came up with the idea and submitted outline proposals to Business Minister Edwina Hart when bids were being considered for Enterprise Zones.
Responses should be sent to Rosie Davies, Policy Officer, Powys County Council, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5LG.