As an industry, we are committed to using sensitive construction techniques and these, in conjunction with habitat management plans, may even actually help to reduce further flood events by slowing down the rate of run-off and recreating the active peatland "sponge" in the uplands that intensive agriculture and forestry degraded in the 1970s and '80s.
What does HMP stand for?
HMP stands for Habitat Management Plan (conservation; various locations)
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We have 139 other meanings of HMP in our Acronym Attic
- Habitat Module Outfitting System
- High Density Metal Oxide Semiconductor
- High-performance Metal Oxide Semiconductor (see MOS)
- High-speed Metal Oxide Semiconductor
- Hinchley Manor Operatic Society (Surrey, England, UK)
- Helicopter Multimission Optronic Stabilized Payload
- Heuristic Minimization of Overlapping Tasks
- High Mobility Operating Vehicle
- Historical Markers of Williamson County (book; Tennessee)
- Heme Oxygenase
- Half-Marathon Pace (running)
- Handmade Paper
- Hardware Maintenance Program
- Harmonie Municipale Pétange (Luxembourg orchestra; Pétange, Luxembourg)
- Haughton-Mars Project (NASA)
- Hayes Microcomputer Products (modems)
- Hazard Mitigation Plan (New York, NY)
- Hazardous Materials Program (various locations)
- Head Mounted Projector (optical technology)
- Health Management Plan
Samples in periodicals archive:
It has a "very good" BREEAM rating, 80% of the total occupied floor area is lit by daylight and a landscape and habitat management plan has been produced which includes enhanced habitats as an overview and covers hedgerows, grassland, ponds, woodland matrix, bats, birds, owls, newts, butterflies, insects and hedgehogs.
David said: "We have a habitat management plan for the operation and construction of each of our sites.
This project aims to develop habitat management plans for each study site, promote awareness of brown hare ecology and good land practice that will benefit the brown hare and enable the delivery of the UK of doubling the population by 2010.
This project aims to develop habitat management plans for each study site, promote awareness of brown hare ecology and good land practice that will benefit the brown hare and enable the delivery of the target of doubling the population by 2010.
The dataset formed as a result is an invaluable tool used, for example, as ammunition when challenging planning applications and helping to formulate habitat management plans.
Refuge habitat management plans were modified to provide open areas for the cranes.