UKWAS

AcronymDefinition
UKWASUnited Kingdom Woodland Assurance Scheme
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The city has always been proud of its reputation as a creative hub - and so the Government's increased focus on the creative industries as a future source of wealth for the UKwas music to local ears.
Furthermore, woodland holdings over 30 hectares will require certification under the UK Woodland Assurance Standard (UKWAS).
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) report, which adds up the value of buildings, roads and financial assets among other things, said the UKwas worth pounds 6.95trillion at the end of 2008, down pounds 177bn or 2% on a year earlier.
A more systematic approach was required by the UK Biodiversity Action Plan and the Assembly's aim for forest certification under the UK Woodland Assurance Scheme UKWAS.
"The UKwas one of the first places where Dr Beat became a huge club hit back in the early 80s, and then again was a number one hit when Mylo sampled it a fewyears ago, so it''s always great to come back to the place it all started and where the fans have been so supportive for so many years."
Jackson UKwas formerly the Liverpool operation of Manchester accountancy firm, Hurst.
THE Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, on a visit to North Wales to assess the impact of the credit crunch on local companies, insisted the UKwas not on the brink of a recession.