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inspectorate

A UK body which ensures that regulations in a particular type of industry, organisation, institution or activity are followed.
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Further information about the project can be found in the development consent application documents which are available on the The Planning Inspectorate website
The minister said there were six electric inspectorates functioning under the control of the energy department at divisional level in Karachi, Hyderabad, Mirpurkhas, Larkana and Sukkur.
* Her Majesty's Magistrates Court Service Inspectorate
Several MPs have said that although it would be positive to create new jobs in the rural areas, each inspectorate should be judged separately, reported the Norwegian newspaper Norway Post.
The Planning Inspectorate is committed to giving local communities the opportunity of being involved in the examination of projects that may affect them.
The inspectorates would be relocated to other cities around Norway as part of the government's regional development policy.
Tuesday 28 May 2019, The Planning Inspectorate accepted for examination an application by Norfolk County Council for a proposed new highway crossing of River Yare, Great Yarmouth, connecting Harfreys Roundabout to the west of the River Yare with South Denes Road to the east of the River Yare.
The Planning Inspectorate accepted for Examination, an application by EDF Energy (Thermal Generation) Limited for a proposed power station of electrical generation capacity within the wider West Burton Power station site just south of Gainsborough.
Tuesday 21 May 2019, The Planning Inspectorate accepted for examination, an application by Highways England for proposed highway improvements to three existing roundabout junctions on the A38/A5111 Derby (Kingsway Junction).
Following complaints received by the Labour Inspectorate, its been found that Mr Shetty failed to pay staff minimum wage and holiday pay, as well as keep correct employment agreements.
Alps Travel, a South Island based tour company primarily aimed at tourists from China, has been ordered to pay $75,000 in penalties and more than $35,000 in arrears after a Labour Inspectorate investigation found serious breaches of employment law.
The Inspectorates investigation of the clinics covered a range of topics, including perimeter security, access control and internal control measures.