BMHT

AcronymDefinition
BMHTBuckinghamshire Mental Health Trust (UK)
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We seek an inquiry against Ahmadi under whose chairmanship massive irregularities were committed in the BMHT," said Abdul Jabbar, the convenor of Bhopal Gas Peedit Mahila Udyog Sangathan.
Justice Ahmadi, who was part of the Supreme Court benches that had taken decisions on the Bhopal gas tragedy case, including the dilution of harsher penal charges in 1996, had written to the then Chief Justice K G Balakrishnan seeking to be relieved of the BMHT chairmanship.
The BMHT partnership has been tremendously successful in delivering high-quality, affordable homes across the city, but much more remains to do if we are to close the Housing Gap and promote affordable access.
Proceeds from this sale went towards funding the BMHT.
I took a walk around Newtown and Lozells, to the north of the city centre, to look at what BMHT has built in one of its biggest concentrations of activity.
Creating better places for people to live, work and relax is Keepmoat's ambition and the company feels it's found someone who shares that vision in BMHT.
Coun John Lines, Birmingham City Council's Cabinet Member for Housing, said: "The completion of another batch of our eco homes can now be added to the 1,340 houses already completed, or in various stages of construction under the BMHT banner.
Kerry-Ann and Jonathon Thomas were the final tenants to get the keys to a BMHT home in Morville Street.
3 million investment scheme to build 129 new council homes on behalf of BMHT and Birmingham City Council.
8 million contract with BMHT to support the city's council house building programme.
The Council's BMHT housing and regeneration schemes at Kings Norton, Hodge Hill, Saltley, Ley Hill, Northfield and Soho Road are being led by FHM.
Finishing Touches: Elaine Elkington, BMHT Strategic Director of Housing, Coun John Lines and Coun Barbara Wood, Kings Norton ward