CNEA

(redirected from Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act)
AcronymDefinition
CNEAComisión Nacional de Energía Atómica (Argentina)
CNEAClean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act (UK)
CNEAConseil National des Employeurs Associatifs (French: National Council of Employers' Associations)
CNEAClassical and Near Eastern Archaeology
CNEAColumbine Norwegian Elkhound Association (Colorado)
CNEAConference on New England Archaeology
CNEACardiovascular Nursing Education Associates
CNEACanada and Newfoundland Education Association
CNEAConnecticut NASA Education Alliance
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YOUR RIGHTS With Jacqui Kennedy Birmingham City Council's head of regulation and enforcement FOLLOWING a full public consultation, Birmingham City Council is to go ahead with implementing Dog Control Orders under the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005.
The introduction of the Dog Control Orders means that, under the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005, offenders will receive a Fixed Penalty Notice of PS75 or a fine of up to PS1,000 if the matter is taken before the courts.
Through the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act the Welsh Assembly Government has introduced measures to enable councils and the Environment Agency Wales to react effectively against fly tippers.
Under plans recommended by its cabinet, the council now wants to extend the powers under the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2006 to a number of other offences.
PRESENTATIONS on the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act, along with updates on neighbourhood policing priorities, will be on the agenda at the next meetings of Redcar and Cleveland Council's area committees.
"The Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act has, if anything worsened the problem for landowners.
It follows the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005 which came into force in April.
The Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act has been warmly received by many councils, some of whom have promised to name and shame offenders.
Council bosses have welcomed the new powers, part of the first raft of measures in the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act, which has just come into force.
FIND out more about the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act and get an update on neighbourhood policing priorities at the next round of Redcar and Cleveland Council's area committees.
Nfu Cymru says farmers should not have to bear the costs arising from the introduction of the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005.
Mr Richardson said the new Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act made it easier for councils to put in alley gates.