BMHT

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BMHTBuckinghamshire Mental Health Trust (UK)
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Cllr Moore added: "I am aware from BMHT schemes in Erdington that parking is particularly high and simply providing one space for a two-bedroom property is not always sufficient, and certainly for the larger properties where quite often you'll have children with their own vehicles.
BMHT already has council approval to build a further 54 units across six sites over the next 12 months, subject to planning consent.
The apex court also put on record its appreciation for the good services rendered by Ahmadi as the head of the BMHT. However, activists and organisations representing victims of the tragedy were not amused by the SC's pat on the back for Ahmadi.
A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court, comprising Chief Justice S H Kapadia and Justices KS Radhakrishnan and Swatanter Kumar allowed the Centre to take steps to wind up the BMHT.
A (BMHT) planning statement submitted with the pair of planning applications, said: "The council has already commenced exploring the opportunity to redevelop a large number of former garage sites that have previously been discounted for development with a new housing typology for one and two bedroom homes.
Ahmadi has been at the helm of the hospital trust, or BMHT. The hospital was set up by Union Carbide in partial compliance with a 1991 Supreme Court ( SC) directive to establish a fullfledged hospital with at least 500 beds and the best equipment for treatment of the gas leak victims.
The Simba's are fitted with COP 1838 rock drills and BMH 255 feeds whilst the Rocket Boomer fleet comprises ten 281 units equipped with Cop 1838 rock drills and BMHT 2837/22 telescopic feeds, and two used 321-lB rigs.
Then, turning to the amount of parking spaces provided, Coun Moore added: "I am aware from BMHT schemes in Erdington that parking is particularly high and simply providing one space for a two-bedroom property is not always sufficient and certainly for the larger properties where quite often you'll have children with their own vehicles.
BMHT began building in 2010, and completed its 3,000th house last year.
The council's housing arm Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust (BMHT) said that the 'ModPod' would complement its traditional significant benefit is that they can been delivered on problematic brownfield sites - of which the city has more than 1,000 - which typically ramp up the development cost, do not accommodate affordable housing and often put off private developers.
The council's housing programme Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust (BMHT) is now considering a 'huge number' of sites across the city, said Steve Dallaway, housing development manager.