LGA


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AcronymDefinition
LGALotteries and Gaming Authority (Malta)
LGALocal Government Association (UK)
LGALocal Government Area
LGALand Grid Array (Intel CPU socket technology)
LGALand-Grid-Array
LGALarge for Gestational Age
LGALocal Government Authority
LGALow Gain Antenna
LGALuganda (language)
LGALattice Gas Automata
LGANew York, NY, USA - Laguardia (Airport Code)
LGALow Gestational Age (pediatrics)
LGALow Grazing Angle
LGALiving Group Advisor
LGAChrysler Corporation Loan Guarantee Act of 1979 (US Congress)
LGALinderman Group Architects, Inc. (Chester, PA, USA)
LGALynne Gilfillan Associates, Inc.
LGAL-Glutamic Acid
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It's ugly, it's unsightly and it's unacceptableCouncillor Martin Tett, LGA
The LGA, which represents 370 councils in England and Wales, said councils are approving nine in every 10 planning applications.
Councillor Martin Tett, LGA housing spokesman, said: "To tackle the new homes backlog and to get the country building again, councils also need the freedom to borrow and invest in desperately needed new homes.
All these could have been avoided or saved had LGA maintained the facility giving immediate attention to the needed repairs thereby maximizing its utilization,' the report added.
The LGA, which represents more than 370 councils across England and Wales, also warns about the "significant" administration costs of the scheme which will generate revenues of PS75 million a year, rather than the PS365 million originally forecast by the Government.
The LGA said the last time the country was building more than the 250,000 houses that it is estimated the nation needs was in 1977/78 - when councils built 44% of new homes.
The LGA said homes had been ruined and, in some cases, the machines had burst into flames as people loaded them with clothes.
With more than $73 billion in new coverage issued in 2014, LGA ranked fifth in the U.
Prequalification are invited for LGA MAA-TCM Consultant
The LGA, which represents more than 370 councils in England and Wales, said councils had found properties with fire escape doors opening out onto three-storey drops and without proper front doors.