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Recent publications

New model farming

Resilience through diversity

The first paper in CPRE's new Food and Farming Foresight series suggests that, following the EU referendum decision, there is an opportunity for major policy change to develop a new vision and policies that will establish a sound future for farming. The paper identifies a range of recommendations to increase the diversity, sustainability and resilience of the farming sector on which so much of our countryside depends..


Fieldwork: Summer 2016

In this issue: A new model for English farming; the latest news from parish to Parliament; tips on monitoring and evaluating campaigns; an update on progress towards our 2026 Vision; and the case for 'PTOD' (public transport oriented development)


Making the Link

Integrating land use and transport planning through Public Transport Oriented Development

The sixth paper in CPRE Housing Foresight series explores how effective coordination between transport and development can improve access to public transport, reduce pollution and encourage walking and cycling. The paper proposes ideas for identifying suitable sites, incentivising development and engaging local communities in the process.


Our year

Annual Review 2015

Our Annual Review celebrates the stories and successes of a year of campaigning, with case studies from around the country. Includes a financial summary for the year ending 31 December 2015 and the latest updates on our work in 2016.


Night Blight 2016: Mapping England's Light Pollution and Dark Skies

CPRE's report looking at the findings from our interactive satellite maps of England's light pollution and dark skies. 


Night Blight 2016: Background report and methodology

Background report and methodology for Night Blight 2016


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