CBDC

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CBDCCommunity Business Development Corporation
CBDCCumbria Biodiversity Data Centre (UK)
CBDCCommunity Biodiversity Development and Conservation Programme (global initiative)
CBDCCape Breton Development Corporation
CBDCCardiff Bay Development Corporation (est. 1987; UK)
CBDCChemical and Biological Defense Command (Syphon Filter game)
CBDCCognitive Behavior Disorders Center (Southlake, TX)
CBDCCarbondale Business Development Corporation
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That name is a legacy of the great regeneration that took place from the late 1980s until 2000 under the aegis of the Cardiff Bay Development Corporation, the body set up by Margaret Thatcher's government to breathe life back into the city's moribund docklands.
This is decidedly not another Cardiff Bay Development Corporation which had hundreds of millions of pounds at its disposal.
The now-departed Cardiff Bay Development Corporation seems to have begun by parachuting a number of pieces of public art into this vast area, with the aid of the then Birminghambased Public Art Commissions Agency.
That will go to Cardiff Council - who take over the Barrage from the Cardiff Bay Development Corporation next month.
THIRTY years ago this year, the Cardiff Bay Development Corporation was set up to oversee the regeneration of much of south Cardiff, and the term Cardiff Bay came into common use.
The money came out of funds passed to the council when Cardiff Bay Development Corporation was wound up earlier last year.
But what is about to go away is The Cardiff Bay Development Corporation.
The Cardiff Bay Development Corporation was tasked in 1987 with regenerating more than 2,500 acres of land between Penarth and Cardiff as part of a UK Government plan to improve poor areas of cities.
But former Secretary of State for Wales, Lord Crickhowell, who paved the way for the regeneration of the area with the establishment Cardiff Bay Development Corporation in the 1980s said the scheme would be more appropriate for a city centre.