JNCC

AcronymDefinition
JNCCJoint Nature Conservation Committee (UK)
JNCCJoint Negotiating and Consultative Committee
JNCCJoint Nuclear Control Commission
JNCCJesus Name Community Church (Walnut, MS)
JNCCJoint NETOPS (Network Operations) Control Center (US DoD)
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The JNCC was established in the Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act (2006) as a non-departmental public body.
Unite/CPHVA LAR of the Year Award winner Sue Day says that she was able to convince management to commit to improving the health visiting service: 'I presented a paper at a JNCC meeting about the state of health visiting in North Somerset, highlighting the low health visitor numbers.
The SPA network outlined in the report is the result of a review by the JNCC, together with English Nature, Scottish Natural Heritage, the Countryside Council for Wales (CCW) and the Environment and Heritage Service (Northern Ireland), managed by an inter-agency SPA Steering Group.
We are very pleased that our strong partnerships with other OTs and with the JNCC have led to the exciting initiative T2T sharing skills knowledge and expertise with our colleagues in Montserrat.
JNCC Chief Executive Marcus Yeo said: This is another major step forward in protecting the diverse range of habitats and species found in the seas around England.
Contract Award Notice: To assist in achieving their statutory nature conservation remit, Scottish Natural Heritage SNH and JNCC Support Co (hereinafter referred to as JNCC or the Joint Nature Conservation Committee) require additional expertise to support delivery of their ongoing marine work programmes.
Contract Notice: The Scottish Ministers and JNCC have undertaken an offshore seabed survey of East of Gannet and Montrose Fields (EGM) and Norwegian Boundary Sediment Plain (NSP) Scottish Nature Conservation Marine Protected Areas (NCMPAs) on the Marine Research Vessel (MRV) Scotia (survey code 1515S.
When 2nd Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division deployed on short notice to theater, the MNF-I C6 staff and JNCC decided that their support would be strategic primary and tactical secondary, at least in the short-term.
Contract Notice: To assist in achieving their statutory nature conservation remit, Scottish Natural Heritage AASNHAA and JNCC Support Co (hereinafter referred to as JNCC or the Joint Nature Conservation Committee) require additional expertise to support delivery of their ongoing marine work programmes.
Cefas will work in close consultation with Defra, Natural England, JNCC and the Environment Agency.
Although guidance is available to developers on how best run projects in an environmentally sensitive manner (including the JNCC The Standard Piling Protocol) and how to mitigate noise impacts, often the regulatory process obliges developers through a License Condition to institute formal marine noise monitoring to assess quantitatively noise levels.
JNCC wish to commission a deepwater survey in the summer of 2013 to gather seabed data/evidence from a number of deepwater areas to the west of Scotland.