CNPA

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AcronymDefinition
CNPACalifornia Newspaper Publishers Association
CNPACarolinas Nature Photographers Association
CNPACairngorms National Park Authority (UK)
CNPAConseil National des Professions de l'Automobile
CNPACoordinadora Nacional Plan de Ayala
CNPAConseil National des Produits Agricoles (National Farm Products Council; Canada)
CNPACounter-Narcotics Police of Afghanistan
CNPACambodian National Petroleum Authority
CNPAChronic Necrotizing Pulmonary Aspergillosis
CNPAComité National de Patinage Artistique (French: National Figure Skating Committee)
CNPAConfédération Nationale du Patronat Algérien (French: National Confederation of Algerian Employers)
CNPACanada National Parks Act
CNPACentro Nacional de Pesquisa do Algodão
CNPACompact Neutral Particle Analyzer
CNPACertified Natural Products Advisor
CNPAConditional Neyman-Pearson Algorithm
CNPACanadian Natural Products Association
CNPAComputer Networking Professionals Association
CNPACode or Numbering Plan Assignment
CNPAConvex Nanopyramid Array
CNPACzech Nature Protection Association
CNPACone Pre Angled
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The Cairngorms National Park Authority (CNPA) has used its "call-in" powers in the wake of criticism of plans for a new tasting lodge and bothy experience in Moray.
The Cairngorms National Park Authority is drawing up a local development plan (LDP), which will be submitted to Scottish ministers for formal consideration.
Her residency is co-funded by the Woodland Trust, the Cairngorms National Park Authority and Creative Scotland, and it allows her to spend 70 days doing education and outreach work and a further 30 days working on her own writing.
The application was originally submitted to Aberdeenshire Council but Cairngorms National Park Authority said it raises "issues of significance to the collective aims of the National Park".
Building is on hold while Cairngorms National Park Authority investigates.
The Cairngorms National Park Authority wants to restore the iconic viewpoint with a new rest stop, walking routes and information panels.One of the most famous photographs of the Devil's Elbow is from 1967 and shows the Queen being driven to Balmoral by Prince Philip, as crowds wave from the roadside.
Mr Alexander, a former PR chief for Cairngorms National Park Authority, is said to have owned the south London flat for six years before becoming an MP in 2005, when he told the parliamentary authorities it was his second home.
Initiated four years ago by the Cairngorms National Park Authority (CNPA) through its Active Cairngorms campaign, the idea behind Wee Walks Week is to help people discover the health benefits of being active daily.
Cairngorms national park authority (Cnpa) had called in the proposals for 24 properties in Ballater.
the Cairngorms National Park Authority to launch a "Tread Lightly" campaign to protect " woodlands from fire.