DBERR

AcronymDefinition
DBERRDepartment for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (UK)
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There will be a statutory period of consultation undertaken by the two local authorities and by DBERR.
Sir Brian Bender, permanent secretary at DBERR, was said to have discussed the plans in front of fellow passengers on a GNER train between Leeds and London.
Business owners who wish to make their views heard can send a response to the DBERR by January 31 next year.
Sir Brian Bender, permanent secretary at DBERR,was said to have discussed the plans in front of fellow passengers on a GNER train between Leeds and London.
Since publication of the report, the UK Department of Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (DBERR, formerly the DTI) has started a two-year feasibility study into the potential for energy generation from alternative tidal range locations.
The programme, part of a national initiative by the DBERR and UK Trade and Investment, is delivered in partnership with One NorthEast and provides larger and high-growth businesses with a range of services including advice on financial incentives, recruitment and skills availability, help to identify property, suppliers and customers and networking opportunities.
Last week city council leader Mike Whitby and West Midlands Minister Liam Byrne took the revised bid to the Department for Transport and Department of Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (DBERR) with high hopes of approval later this year.
The new brief for the Department of Business, Enterprise, and Regulatory Reform (DBERR) retains essential elements of the old with the key addition of better regulation.
CES is funded by Yorkshire Forward and the Government's Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (DBERR), with support from the National Grid Affordable Warmth Programme.
The Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (DBERR) has already handed out pounds 5.8m (of the total pounds 10m) of taxpayers' cash via the Union Modernisation Fund (UMF) to the friends trade unions, including two grants for the Communication and Workers Union, funding for the TUC's online discussion forum and financial assistance for building links between the Transport & General Workers Union and the British Polish Workers Association.
An initiative from the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (DBERR), which was formerly known as the Department for Trade and Industry, the Supply Chain Groups programme is aimed at boosting the global competitiveness of the UK's automotive and aerospace industries.
The project has the support of the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (DBERR), UKTI, One NorthEast and Tees Valley Regeneration as well as key industrial companies.