BSF

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BSFBorder Security Force (India)
BSFBuilding Schools for the Future (UK Government education initiative)
BSFBolivares Fuertes (Venezuelan currency)
BSFBean Scripting Framework (IBM)
BSFBible Study Fellowship
BSFBritish Softball Federation (UK)
BSFBond Security Framework
BSFBest Sister Forever
BSFBibliotecarios sem Fronteiras (Portuguese: Librarians without Borders)
BSFBuilding Strong Families (various organizations)
BSFBonneville Salt Flats (Utah)
BSFBanque Saudi Fransi (Saudi Arabia)
BSFBack Surface Field
BSFBroadband Services Forum
BSFBarth Syndrome Foundation (Larchmont, NY)
BSFB-Cell Stimulatory Factor
BSFBit Scan Forward
BSFBoy Sets Fire (band)
BSFBritish Standard Fine (screw thread)
BSFBrussels Summer Festival (Belgium)
BSFBigger, Stronger, Faster (anabolic steroid use documentary)
BSFBibliothèques sans Frontières (French: Libraries without Borders)
BSFBut, Seriously Folks
BSFBlue Sky Factory (Baltimore, MD)
BSFBekaert Specialty Films (San Diego, CA)
BSFBaltic Sea Forum (est. 1992)
BSFBrain and Spine Foundation (UK)
BSFBulk Storage Facility
BSFBudget Stabilization Funds (various locations)
BSFBasic Sliding Fee
BSFBand Stop Filter
BSFBonsai Societies of Florida
BSFBenign Senescent Forgetfulness
BSFBiblical Studies Foundation
BSFBig Stupid Fighter
BSFBalkan Sunflowers
BSFBetter School Food
BSFUnited States-Israel Bi-National Science Foundation (Jerusalem, Israel)
BSFBimini Superfast
BSFBibliothèque Sigmund Freud (French: Sigmund Freud Library)
BSFBall Spin Frequency (engineering)
BSFBières sans Frontières (French: Beers without Borders; beer festival; UK)
BSFBiologie sans Frontières (French: Biology without Borders)
BSFBorder Social Forum (Mexico)
BSFBack Scatter Factor
BSFBlacksmith Forged
BSFBelow Seafloor (i.e., meters below seafloor)
BSFBachelor of Science in Finance
BSFBrief Stop For Fuel
BSFBoutique San Francisco
BSFBack Spot Facing
BSFBottomless Sand Filter
BSFBazar sans Frontières (French: Bazaar without Borders; Madagascar)
BSFBasal Skull Fracture (injury)
BSFBibliographie Sociolinguistique Francophone (French: Francophone Sociolinguistic Bibliography)
BSFBudget Submission Figure
BSFBritish Shipping Federation
BSFBering Straits Foundation (Nome, Alaska)
BSFBlack Science Forum
BSFBlogueurs sans Frontières (French: Bloggers without Borders)
BSFBulk Shielding Facility, Oak Ridge
BSFBering Sea Fisherman
BSFBilling Suspense File
BSFBig Sky Fairy
BSFBasic Supplement File
BSFBaseline System Functional
BSFBroken Stow Factor (military sealift stowage planning)
BSFBrigade Sets Fielding
BSFBordereau de Situation Fiscale (French: Fiscal Situation Schedule)
BSFBridge Static Filtering (Cisco)
BSFBig Sandwich Friday
BSFBlack Sea Fund LP
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LSE: INPP) has reached financial close on ten Building Schools for the future interests from UK-based infrastructure group Balfour Beatty (LSE: BBY), investing GBP 72.
has acquired an additional 40% investment in the Lewisham Building Schools for the Future project, increasing the company's overall exposure to between 40% and 50% in the underlying BSF assets, the company said on Monday.
The two contracts represent the last to be completed in the council's PS160m Wave 4 Building Schools for the Future (BSF) scheme which will see a total of 10 schools refurbished or gain brand new facilities, and the Newcastle team has advised on all 10.
HICL Infrastructure Company declared that it has purchased 40% stake in a Sheffield Building Schools for the Future (BSF) project from Vinci Investments.
The former MP, Dari Taylor, opposed both All Saints School and another secondary school under building schools for the future.
Highfields School in Penn, Wolverhampton, is one of the city's first beneficiaries of the national Building Schools for the Future programme.
A spokesman said the Building Schools for the Future investment "created brand new school buildings and community spaces across the borough, replacing buildings which were no longer fit for purpose.
The school is being built under the Building Schools for the Future Programme.
Permission was originally granted in 2009 when funding was available as part of the Building Schools for the Future programme.
However, Iron Angle goes on to state that the building work I alluded to mainly involves 'the Building Schools for the Future Programme'.
The Building Schools for the Future programme has recently finished at the school and, as such, it now has some of the best facilities of any school on Merseyside.
Christ the King Centre for Learning in Huyton opened in 2009 under the Government's Building Schools For the Future scheme.
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