BPRA

AcronymDefinition
BPRABurnable Poison Rod Assembly
BPRABusiness Premises Renovation Allowance
BPRABiblioteca Popular Republica Argentina (Spanish: Argentina Republic Popular Library; est. 1995)
BPRABeef Promotion and Research Act of 1985
BPRABoston Police Relief Association (Massachusetts; est. 1871)
BPRABusiness Process Reengineering and Analysis
BPRABusiness for Poverty Relief Alliance (Australia)
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Based on technical qualification, the financial bids of Huawei and ZTE consortiums were opened and the scores were collated and finalised on the basis of 'Quality and Cost-Based Selection Method' as required under terms of reference of the BPRA rules.
With the help and support of the BPRA we prepared a petition requesting permission to commence work.
The EPA grant was followed by negotiations with the NCDENR within the framework of the BPRA. The developer received the limited liability protection offered by the BPRA in return for restricting the use of contaminated groundwater on the property.
> Rory BPRA lets investors claim tax allowance on everything they invest when such premises are renovated.
In 2013 after the Coalition extended its run to 2017 Treasury Minister David Gauke warned many BPRA funds were unfairly exploiting these tax advantages, branding them "seriously flawed".
BRTC, on the other hand, made it to this decider winning their semi-final clash against the Bahrain Public Relations Association (BPRA) 3-1.
Ian Burleigh, whose firm Ica Architects designed the project, said the scheme had taken advantage of the little known-about Building Premise Renovation Allowance (BPRA) tax relief scheme.
As an outgrowth of that first public meeting, a private non-profit corporation, Bear Paw Resources Alliance ("BPRA"), was formed by local citizens to monitor and to influence negotiations.
The monitors represent four NGOs -- Bahrain Transparency Association (BTA), Bahraini Jurists Society (BJS), Bahrain Public Relations Association (BPRA), and Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society (BHRWS), in addition to the National Institution for Human Rights (NIHR).
This has certainly been a feature of the Newcastle market as office demand fell in the recession and the tax efficient Business Premises Renovation Allowance (BPRA) scheme made, in some cases, conversion to hotels financially attractive to investors.
The hotel development was also granted a Business Premises Renovation Allowance (BPRA), designed to offer 100% tax relief for spending on converting or renovating a derelict property.