TCPA

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TCPATelephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991
TCPATrusted Computing Platform Alliance
TCPATown and Country Planning Association (UK)
TCPATcp Accelerator
TCPAToxic Catastrophe Prevention Act (New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection)
TCPATurpanjian Center for Policy Analysis (est. 1995; American University of Armenia)
TCPATime to Closest Point of Approach
TCPATexas Crime Prevention Association
TCPATexas Competitive Power Advocates (trade association)
TCPATennessee College Placement Association
TCPATermination Customer Provided Access
TCPATorrance Police Commanders’ Association (California)
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Unprecedented and ambitious guidance for multi-functional green networks--from allotments, community gardens and city farms to sustainable urban drainage schemes and flood storage areas--has been published in the latest eco-town worksheet on green infrastructure by the Town and Country Planning Association.
The charitable purpose of the Town and Country Planning Association is to improve the art and science of town and country planning.
The Town and Country Planning Association has called on the government to relocate the Whitehall department run by the deputy prime minister.
Earlier this year the Town and Country Planning Association, which campaigns for UK planning reform, suggested to the Lyons Review that it looks at relocating the Bank of England to Liverpool.
Town and Country Planning Association director Gideon Amos said: ``We thought, matching local expertise to local functions, the ODPM might be a better bet for Liverpool than the Bank of England and in its best interests.
Town and Country Planning Association 17 Carlton House Terrace, London SWIY 5AS Tel.: 020-7930 8903 Fax: 020-7930 3280 E-mail: tcpa@.org.uk Web: http//www.tcpa.org.uk
The purpose of the Town and Country Planning Association is to promote and improve the art and science of town and country planning and promote, encourage, and assist in the education of persons of any description in the said art and science and in all other arts and sciences connected therewith.
The Town and Country Planning Association has adopted these ideas in a recently produced policy statement on green belts, which calls for green belts to be re-conceived as eco-belts, so that land around towns becomes a zone for a range of ecological and sustainable uses, such as smallholdings for organic market gardening, community woodlands, composting projects, wind farms, and small-scale, biomass power stations.
Responsibility for the prevalence of `tower blocks' is laid paradoxically at the feet of the Town and Country Planning Association and fellow thinkers: their advocacy of new towns and `overspill' (to enable all to have a house and garden), coupled with `green belts' to restrict the growth of the existing cities, led to a land short-age for rehousing within those cities; but councillors were not willing to see their population and rating base reduced, so used all available `pockets' within their boundaries to build as much housing as possible a task which tower blocks fulfilled admirably.
Prof Sir Peter Hall, Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) trustee, will present the evidence at a conference called Rising Stars - towns that challenge the established order, at the Centre for the Magic Arts in London on May 22.
Nearly two generations have been born since the last war, so the author starts with a description of air raids and the efforts by Ministries, professional bodies and organizations such as the Town and Country Planning Association, to begin to face up to the need for some national planning and how to rebuild thousands of blitzed houses on top of the thousands of slums due for clearance plus thousands more to meet a pre-war shortage.