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Charting new territory for our trees and woods

Emma Marrington explains why we're supporting the Woodland Trust’s call for a new ‘Charter for Trees, Woods and People’

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Getting houses built

Getting houses built

Direct action from the government on housing is welcome, but still needs that local element, argues Matt Thomson

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Reasons to be cheerful – eight things we liked about 2015

Reasons to be cheerful – eight things we liked about 2015

Shaun Spiers reflects on 2015 and how important our supporters’ efforts have been in helping us achieve some great successes

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More changes to planning: what’s going on?

More changes to planning: what’s going on?

The Government wants to amend the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF). It was meant to last a generation, but governments cannot leave the planning system alone.

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Putting brownfield first: overcoming barriers to redevelopment

Putting brownfield first: overcoming barriers to redevelopment

Brownfield land that is considered suitable for housing development has the capacity to support at…

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