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CPRE's position on fracking

How could fracking impact the English countryside? Senior Infrastructure Campaigner Daniel Carey-Dawes offers his take and also presents CPRE's position.

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News

Government failing to protect England’s celebrated landscapes from mass housing developments

Government failing to protect England’s celebrated landscapes from mass housing developments

CPRE’s research shows almost 15,500 houses approved in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the…

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Deposit refund system could save councils £35 million a year

Deposit refund system could save councils £35 million a year

New study finds that local authorities stand to benefit from introduction of a DRS for plastic…

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The wrong homes in the wrong places

The wrong homes in the wrong places

New paper shows Government focus on meeting market demand is failing to provide homes people…

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Comment

Budget 2017: What’s the deal for the countryside?

Budget 2017: What’s the deal for the countryside?

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, was under a lot of pressure this week…

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An outrageous national betrayal

An outrageous national betrayal

CPRE’s latest research reveals that we are losing great chunks of England’s Areas of Outstanding…

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A collective threat to our global countryside

A collective threat to our global countryside

Coming back from 'my holiday' at the first week of the international climate talks in…

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