CPRE


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AcronymDefinition
CPRECampaign to Protect Rural England (formerly Council for the Protection of Rural England)
CPREConsortium for Policy Research in Education
CPRECouncil for the Protection of Rural England (now Campaign to Protect Rural England)
CPRECenter for Policy Research in Education (various locations)
CPRECertified Professional for Requirements Engineering (requirements engineer and business analyst qualification)
CPRECurrent Practice and Research Evidence (various locations)
CPREChimie des Pollutions et Risques Environnementaux (French: Chemical Pollution and Environmental Hazards; University of Orleans; France)
CPRECholangio-Pancréatographie Rétrograde Endoscopique (French: Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography; diagnostic medical technique)
CPRECommission Paritaire Régionale de l'Emploi (French: Joint Committee on Regional Employment)
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Apart from his work on behalf of CPRE, he was a keen sailor and a member of Tynemouth Sailing Club where he had been commodore and president.
El stent pancreatico profilactico es relativamente nuevo y cada vez su uso es mas generalizado para disminuir el riesgo de pancreatitis posterior a la CPRE.
His view is that CPRE figures do not represent a sound basis for our local plan, so we shall adopt the figures produced by our consultants known as ERM.
Paciente femenino de 24 anos que inicia con dolor abdominal, nausea y vomito posteriores a la realizacion de CPRE.
CPRE chief executive Shaun Spiers said: "Despite the rhetoric of localism, it seems that local communities are powerless to prevent damaging development even in the most sensitive locations.
CPRE Stop the Drop campaign manager Samantha Harding added: "We'd welcome detailed analysis of any other schemes that could deliver similar results.
A statement from CPRE said: "CPRE welcomes the expansion of Jaguar Land Rover's activities in Coventry.
Emma Marrington, CPRE Dark Skies campaigner, said: "Dark, star-filled skies are an essential part of the character of rural England but last year 52 per cent of people who did our survey in the West Midlands were able to spot fewer than ten stars, indicating severe light pollution in the region.
According to CPRE, plans include the expansion of Birmingham Airport, proposals for freight terminals near St Albans, Luton and St Helens, an open cast coal mine at Broxtowe, Nottinghamshire, and a hotel and golf course at Leatherhead, Surrey.
AFTER a decade on the West Yorkshire CPRE Committee (Campaign to Protect Rural England) I have a personal take on the present Local Development Framework debate.
Gerald Kells, West Midlands policy officer for CPRE said: "If there are unrealistic expectations of how many wind turbines can be provided in the West Midlands' countryside, public concern about the impact on the landscape will rise and we may not see sufficient investment in energy efficiency projects or small scale renewables, such as solar panels on roofs.