- City mayors to be in post before referendums. Townsend, Sarah; Cook, Ben // Regeneration & Renewal;10/11/2010, p10
The article reports on the statement of local government Minister Bob Neil that the existing council leaders in 12 largest cities will automatically become city mayors with referendums in London, England.
- Councils urged to update plans. Spear, Stuart // Local Authority Waste & Recycling;Jul2012, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p5
The article reports that British under secretary of state for communities and local government Bob Neil reminded to update local plans and include waste handling contingencies to avoid disputes with residents, at the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) conference in London, England.
- Sector snubs Tory rebuke. // Planning (14672073);3/19/2010, Issue 1860, p1
The article reports on the response of British Planning Minister Bob Neil on the survey accusing the sector to have 80 percent of planners believe housing completions will fall under proposals outlined by the Conservatives.
- Cox to spin off radio? D.P. // Broadcasting & Cable;6/17/96, Vol. 126 Issue 26, p55
Reports on Cox Broadcasting Radio Division Executive Vice President Bob Neil's response to rumors that the company will spin off its radio holdings. Cox's study on ways to cover its $250 million outlay.
- DOWN AMONG THE MOLES. King, Viv; Audsley, James // Estates Gazette;3/2/2013, Issue 1309, p84
The article discusses the legal aspects of underground excavation in Great Britain. According to the Westminster City Council, applications for basement excavation are contentious and might affect adjoining occupiers. Planning Minister Bob Neil says subterranean development covers both the...
- Hot under the collar. Neill, Bob // Estates Gazette;11/5/2011, Issue 1144, p77
The article presents insights from British Member of the Parliament Bob Neill on the property industry. He comments on the planning reforms laid out in the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF). He explains the controversies associated with NPPF and points out the it gives a consistent...
- EU source: DCLG faces large fine. Hayman, Allister // Regeneration & Renewal;11/7/2008, p3
The article reports that Brussels will fine the UK Government up to Â£180 million over its handling of European aid. Accordingly, a senior source at the European Commission states that officials were working closely with the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) over...
- Local biz owners test 'superwheat' in Athens County. Morris, Conor // Athens News;11/30/2015, p12
The article reports that few local business owners in Athens County, Ohio are attempting to solve sustainability issues as old as the advent of human agriculture by growing Kernza wheatgrass. Topics include the intermediate wheatgrass, trademarked as "Kernza" by the Land Institute in Kansas...
- Universal Ops promotes two execs to VP. Bing, Jonathan // Daily Variety;8/27/2002, Vol. 276 Issue 60, p4
Highlights the promotion of Bob O'Neil and Peter Schade to vice president positions at Universal Operations. Previous positions held.