Environment Transport and Planning in UK Law

  • Semantic transportation planning for food products supply chain ecosystem within difficult geographic zones
    • Nbr. 117-9, October 2017
    • Industrial Management & Data Systems
    • 2064-2084
    Purpose: In difficult geographical zones (mountain, intra-cities areas, etc.), many shippers, from small and medium enterprises to individuals, may demand delivery of different food products (fresh...
    ...... by shippers and carriers, dedicated to the schedule of food transport orders.Design/methodology/approach –This transportation planning system named Interoperable-Pathfinder,Order, Vehicle, Environment and Supervisor (I-POVES) is an interoperable multi-agent system, based on ......
  • R v Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions ex parte Holding and Barnes plc and others
    • Nbr. 9-3, March 2001
    • Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance
    • 275-278
    Although the facts giving rise to this decision concerned planning control and planning law the decision is of relevance to the debate about the applicability of the Human Rights Act 1998 to the va...
    ...... of Northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne joanna@alwinton.fsnet.co.uk BACKGROUND Although the facts giving rise to this deci-sion concerned planning control and plan-ning law the decision is of relevance to the debate about the applicability of the Human Rights Act 1998 to the various regulatory ......
  • Integrating transport systems in supply chain management software tools
    • Nbr. 103-7, October 2003
    • Industrial Management & Data Systems
    • 503-515
    Logistic strategies represent a key factor to increase supply chain (SC) effectiveness, as the optimization of logistics networks enables transport and storage costs reduction as well as quick resp...
    ...... pointlesswithout the accompaniment of appropriatetransportation planning and execution (Fox,1992).Moreover, in recent years the scope of SCMhas ..., the peculiar nature of data treatedin the logistics environment needs also to becorrectly addressed. SCM, in fact, involvesthe analysis ......
  • European spatial governance – towards a sectoralisation of spatial planning
    • Nbr. 10-2, December 2018
    • Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law
    • 126-139
    Purpose: European spatial governance underwent substantial changes over the past two decades with the expansion of European territorial cooperation programmes, the introduction of new instruments f...
    ......regulatory role of relevantsector politics (e.g. energy, transport, navigation, maritime spatialplanning and environment).The EU’s various ......
  • Balancing market needs and environmental protection: Vehicle approval in the European Union
    • Nbr. 25-4, August 2018
    • Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law
    Road transport today is responsible for almost a quarter of Europe’s greenhouse gas emissions, and poses a set of challenges. Traditional regulatory instruments, adopted by the European Union to re...
    ...... Union Diego Zannoni* Abstract Road transport today is responsible for almost a quarter of ...Some EU Member States are even planning to adopt more drastic measures: banning future ..., and protecting human health and the environment on the other, and then between EU and broader ......
  • Book Review: Designing and Managing Programs: An Effectiveness-Based Approach
    • Nbr. 9-1, March 2009
    • Evaluation Journal of Australasia
    ......in social service planning and . emphasis on social work, and . widely ...environment, such as transport, . Robert Moroney is ......
  • Members stand up to be counted.
    • Nbr. 2001, January 2001
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Bernstein, Marc
    • Chartered Institute of Management Accountants' members running for Parliament
    ....... Marc Bernstein works in the planning department of the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions. He is studying for a masters ......
  • The National Assembly for Wales and the Promotion of Sustainable Development: Implications for collaborative government and governance
    • Nbr. 14-2, April 1999
    • Public Policy and Administration
    The National Assembly for Wales is unique amongst all levels of modern government in the UK in that it is legally required under section 121(1) of the Government of ...
    ...... Flynn Department of City and Regional Planning, Cardiff University Abstract The National ...Introduction The environment has long been seen as raising a number of ... within the Environment Division of the Transport, Planning and Environment Group. Whilst its ......
  • Economic Implications for Transport Planning of the New Grant System
    • Nbr. 53-4, December 1975
    • Public Administration
    ...... Grant, which covers expenditures above a ‘threshold‘ level, The threshold is set by the Department of the Environment each year and it is hoped that in time an 348 . ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS FOR TRANSPORT PLANNING increasing proportion of grant ......
  • Transport Policy Paradigms at the Local Level: The Norwich Inner Ring Road
    • Nbr. 78-4, December 2000
    • Public Administration
    It has been claimed that transport policy in the UK, once a quiescent area, has been opened to battle between competing advocacy coalitions and that the late 1980s and early 1990s saw a policy para...
    ......They point to the Department of the Environment’s policy planning guidelines (PPG) to local authorities, such as PPG12 ......
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