BDHT

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AcronymDefinition
BDHTBromsgrove District Housing Trust (UK)
BDHTBlowdown Heat Transfer
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The England Illegal Money Lending Team has been working with Bromsgrove District Housing Trust.
Richard Powell, St Modwen; Andy Saul, Bullock; Liz McMorrow, Bullock; Patrick Garner, Wragge and Co Stuart Benton, Paul Horrocks, both Bullock; Steve Yeubrey, Andy Allen, both DBK Phil Powell, St Pauls Associates; Nicola Gill, Bullock; David Hampson, Bullock; Andreas Michaelides, Bayhnam Meikle; Malcolm Phillips, Thornton Firkin John Rose, Rose Associates; Nick Reed, Couch Consulting Engineers; Stuart Rose, Stu J Design; Geoff Elliman, Butler and Young Ltd; Angela Clarke, Bullock Chris Lewis, Bromsgrove District Housing Trust; Nicola Martin, Bullock; Kevin Steward, Bullock; Anders Jones, Thornton Firkin
BROMSGROVE DISTRICT HOUSING FORMER director of property investment at Coventry's Whitefriars Housing Group Mike Brown has been appointed chief executive of Bromsgrove District Housing Trust.
In 2010 Rooftop took over ownership and management of the site from Bromsgrove District Council and Bromsgrove District Housing Trust (BDHT) and shortly after European Public Health Alliance secured pounds 999,600 of grant aid from the Homes and Communities Agency with which to refurbish the existing units.
The Peaceful and Better Neighbourhood award went to the Bromford Group in Kings Norton, and Bromsgrove District Housing Trust's Silver Hoodies scheme won the Local Engagement and Involvement award.
The bdht (Bromsgrove District Housing Trust) was formed in 2004 following the the transfer of properties from the district council.
Bromsgrove District Housing Trust was given an award for it Silver Hoodies project which has engaged elderly people by forming a pop group to perform modern hits for the community.
Church members, representatives of Bromsgrove police, Bromsgrove District Council, Bromsgrove District Housing Trust, and Hereford and Worcester Fire Service carried out the clean-up as part of Hope 2008 (A Million Hours of Kindness, which is a national Christian event.) They picked up litter, trimmed hedges, painted fences, cleared a brook, tackled dog mess and cut back weeds and undergrowth along paths.
Acting as development agents, WMHG has helped to provide fifteen new homes for Bromsgrove District Housing Trust and Rooftop Housing Group.