NIA

(redirected from Nature Improvement Area)
AcronymDefinition
NIANational Institute on Aging (US NIH; also seen as NIOA)
NIANational Investigation Agency (India)
NIANot in Attendance (school)
NIANational Indoor Arena (UK)
NIANational Insulation Association
NIANon-Impact Aerobics (exercise)
NIANevis Island Administration
NIANational Intelligence Agency (South Africa and Thailand)
NIANeural Impulse Actuator (brain-computer interface)
NIANational Insurance Act (various locations)
NIANational Institute of Accountants
NIANext Instruction Address
NIANumber of Inherited Attributes
NIANeural Impulse Actuator
NIANational Irrigation Administration (Philippines)
NIANational Imaging Associates (radiology)
NIANeuromuscular Integrative Action (mind-body-spirit fitness technique)
NIANational Institute of Aerospace
NIANature Improvement Area (Natural England; UK)
NIANational Insulator Association
NIANuclear Industry Association (UK)
NIANagasaki International Association (est. 1990; Japan)
NIANet Internal Area (internal building space)
NIANotice of Intended Action (various locations)
NIANon-Inflammatory Acne (dermatology)
NIANiigata International Association (Japan)
NIANo Information Available
NIANational Intelligence Application (police incident code; New Zealand)
NIANet Income Attributable
NIANew Iraqi Army
NIANigerian Institute of Architects (est. 1960)
NIANetwork Interface Adapter
NIANoobs in Action (gaming)
NIANewcastle International Airport (England; also see NCL)
NIANew Indo-Aryan (linguistics)
NIANational Infantry Association
NIANorthern and Isolation Allowance (Canadian physician incentive)
NIANature in Art (UK museum)
NIANursing Informatics Australia (Health Informatics Society of Australia)
NIANetwork Infrastructure Administration
NIANearest International Airport
NIANetwork Indicate Address
NIANails Industry Association
NIANon-Instructed Advocacy
NIANumber Of Imposter Attempts (biometrics)
NIANational Information Accounts Clearinghouse
NIANavy Industrial Association
NIANeoplasia Intra-Epitelial Anal (Portugese)
NIANational Information Account
NIANerd Intelligence Agency
NIANaval Intelligence Assessment
NIANational Information Association
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The donation of 200,000 to the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust will be used to fund Humberhead Levels Nature Improvement Area.
The Wildlife Trust wants HS2 to provide compensation on at least a 3:1 basis on sites identified within the Birmingham and Black Country Nature Improvement Area.
It is being carried out by the Dark Peak Nature Improvement Area, which is in the northern part of the Peak District.
And the Moorland Association, which has members managing a fifth of the uplands, zoned in on the Nature Improvement Area initiative, which it says will provide a real vehicle to achieve its aim of regenerating 250,000 acres of lost heather moorland.
The Wildlife Trust has won a national award for their leadership of the Nature Improvement Area (NIA).
The areas of vegetation growing alongside the transport network, known as green corridors , are to be enhanced as part of a Au3 million pilot project drawing together Natural England, the Highways Agency, Network Rail and Nature Improvement Area (NIA) partnerships.
Merrions Wood, Rough Wood and Park Lime Pits have each been handed 23 bat boxes under the Trust's Nature Improvement Area scheme.
The Birmingham And Black Country's Nature Improvement Area Partnership, led by the Wildlife Trust, has created 40 meadows in the conurbation.
WILDLIFE fans are celebrating the first anniversary of Birmingham being named a nature improvement area.
This was done through the Nature Improvement Area, one of only twelve such in the country, and involved working in partnership with many community groups and agencies.
A huge 60,000-hectare "nature improvement area" incorporating Birmingham, Sandwell, Dudley, Walsall and Wolverhampton stands to benefit from projects paid for by the grant.
The work is funded by the Birmingham and Black Country Nature Improvement Area. This is a PS595,000 government funded project for the restoration of the natural environment.
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