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Leicestershire: A Heritage at Risk

Leicestershire: A Heritage at Risk

Hunting, hosiery, pork pies and cheese is what Leicestershire is best known for, according to this film produced in 1970 for the local branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England, then known as the Council for the Protection of Rural England. Leicestershire may have been regarded as England's least known county, but historic landmarks and characterful villages have always made it ripe for discovery.

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High Weald

High Weald AONB planning permission sets troubling precedent

The decision by Mid Sussex council to grant planning permission for 600 houses in the High Weald AONB sets a troubling precedent for our nationally protected landscapes.

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What a year it's been!

And that’s a wrap

It’s certainly been a jam-packed year of campaigning for us at CPRE, and we’d like to share with you our biggest moments of 2016 – all thanks to you!

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The future may be uncertain, but there is hope.

What next for rural England?

How can domestic policy best deliver for the countryside in the future?

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Community right of appeal

Community right of appeal

As we look back over five years of a coalition Government and ask ourselves what…

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