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DTLR

the former Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions. See DEPARTMENT FOR TRANSPORT.
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DTLR said the acquisition of Villa will allow the company to enhance the consumer experience by leveraging the best practices of both Villa and DTLR.
We are very pleased that DTLR selected Candlewood and we are confident that the property will continue to generate attractive returns for our shareholders.
A Bridgend Council spokesman said: "The application for the approval of the scheme has been made to the DTLR and may yet require EU consent before Bridgend County Borough Council and the Vale of Glamorgan Council can enter into any agreement with Railtrack to undertake this phase of the initiative.
Write to Iain Clark at the DTLR, Zone 4/J3, Bressenden Place, London, SW1E 5DU, by April 24.
The DTLR report will recommend dropping the offence of careless driving, which carries a far lesser penalty, and replacing it with death by dangerous driving.
There isn't space here to list the areas that will benefit from the scheme, but if you're feeling civic-minded and want to find out, you could inquire at your local authority or ring the public inquiries number on 020 7944 3000 or visit the DTLR website at http://www/dtlr.
This involved the co-ordination and consultation with HM Government, HM Treasury, SRA, DTLR, TOC's, and other interested parties in order to devise a solution and structure that would satisfy all parties.
In the place of a committee shadowing the DTLR, with subcommittees for transport and urban affairs, two new committees will be created.
Last week the DTLR announced a new voluntary Code of Practice in relation to commercial property leases.
For that to be undermined by an anonymous, inaccurate briefing apparently from the DTLR is unacceptable.
A DTLR spokesman said it was not government policy to comment on reports before they were published.