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Privett Green, Petersfield, Hampshire.

Affordable rural housing: why it matters

CPRE Chief Executive Shaun Spiers asks the question, "What is rural England for?"

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CPRE Emma Bridgewater delivers her speech at the 2016 AGM.

'Each unspoilt green place has its own special beauty'

Find out what CPRE's new president, Emma Bridgewater, had to say to inspire the CPRE family at this year's AGM.

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Stars above Rievaulx Abbey, North York Moors.

What do dark skies mean to you?

Read Emma Marrington's passionate account of why she is taking a stand against light pollution. 

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Getting builders to build

Getting builders to build

As outlined in our response to the consultation on proposed changes to the National Planning Policy Framework, the proposals focus disproportionately on securing an increase in the number of consents for housing developments, despite the system’s failure to build out the consents that developers already have. This reflects a commonly (and mistakenly) held view that a lack of supply is blighting the housing market and that only through the freeing up of more land to ease demand will things improve.

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Up for a challenge

Up for a challenge

Countryside protection policies still have teeth, says Paul Miner. Here’s why.

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