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DETR

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Department of the Environment, Transport, and the Regions
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Both DETR White Paper (1997a) and RDAs Act 1998 defined the core functions of the RDAs.
This methodology has been widely reported in the literature [COMEAP 1998; DETR 1998; Economic Appraisal of the Health Effects of Air Pollution (EAHEAP) 1999; Maddison et al.
In fact I have it on very good authority that the DETR tried to muzzle the report.
The treasury has to maintain excellent working relationships with various parties, including the DETR, HM Treasury, banks and internal and external audit.
NSM has recently been introduced by the DETR as an alternative method of carrying out security screening for UK operators - Heathrow's Terminal 1 being the first UK location successfully operating within the new framework.
According to the DETR, the new framework, which will replace the existing HRA, has been introduced to ensure that local authorities make the best use of assets and the resources available for managing and maintaining them.
The defining moment in the story was the decision by the DETR to incorporate the Stonehenge A303 road scheme into their roads programme and to route it underground where it passes through the Stonehenge core zone.
A spokesman for the DETR, which earlier this year introduced a code of practice on growing hedges, said: "We are hoping to avoid dispute by educating the industry and the customers so these situations do not arise.
The DETR lost four ministers in Blair's reshuffle on Thursday, including racing fan Alan Meale, who left the environment sector.
Get a free summary of the consultation paper from: DETR Free Literature, PO Box 236, Wetherby, LS23 7NB (tel: 0870 122 6236) or call up the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions (DETR) website on http://www.
Working collaboratively with Capgemini on this new solution will address these challenges so the DETR can better streamline operations, reduce costs and better serve the citizens of Nevada.
The DETR believed there were ``very special'' circumstances and gave the expansion the go-ahead.