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Once more with feeling

Once more with feeling

From the moment the exit polls were announced last Thursday evening, the political drums have barely paused.  It’s pretty clear that this election has not brought the political stability the Prime Minister hoped for - but what does the result mean for CPRE?

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We cannot afford to go on like this

We cannot afford to go on like this

How developers are failing to provide the affordable housing they promise.

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Cheeky foxes often make an appearance around farmland.

Hail the Fenland foxes!

Vulpes Vulpes, or, in English, the red fox. Culturally known as Mr Fox. This lovely cousin of the dog resides in the farmlands where I ride, taking advantage of the rabbit population, the fields and hedges. They like the green byways and shrubbery, human dwellings with available food sources and paddocks in the outlying areas of my village.

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Still a question of judgement

Still a question of judgement

What a new legal judgement on the NPPF could mean for the countryside

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Phasing out coal: good news for the landscape?

Phasing out coal: good news for the landscape?

Kellingley Colliery – the UK’s last deep coal mine – was capped off this week,…

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