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Saving Tranquil Places

How to protect and promote a vital asset

Report setting out CPRE’s work to measure, and from that map, tranquillity across England: why and how we measured it and what we want policy and decision-makers to do now.

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Saving Tranquil Places: East Midlands

Our leaflet tells you about the benefits of tranquillity and how it is being threatened by increasing development. A map shows tranquillity in the East Midlands.

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Saving Tranquil Places: East of England

Our leaflet tells you about the benefits of tranquillity and how it is being threatened by increasing development. A map shows tranquillity in the East of England

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Saving Tranquil Places: North East

Our leaflet tells you about the benefits of tranquillity and how it is being threatened by increasing development. A map shows tranquillity in the North East.

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Saving Tranquil Places: North West

Our leaflet tells you about the benefits of tranquillity and how it is being threatened by increasing development. A map shows tranquillity in the North West.

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Saving Tranquil Places: South East and London

Our leaflet tells you about the benefits of tranquillity and how it is being threatened by increasing development. A map shows tranquillity in the South East and London.

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Saving Tranquil Places: South West

Our leaflet tells you about the benefits of tranquillity and how it is being threatened by increasing development. A map shows tranquillity in the South West.

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Saving Tranquil Places: West Midlands

Our leaflet tells you about the benefits of tranquillity and how it is being threatened by increasing development. A map shows tranquillity inthe West Midlands.

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Saving Tranquil Places: Yorkshire and the Humber

Our leaflet tells you about the benefits of tranquillity and how it is being threatened by increasing development. A map shows tranquillity in Yorkshire and the Humber.

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Securing the value of nature

The first year of the Natural Environment White Paper: is the ambition being realised?

CPRE lobbying ensured the Natural Environment White Paper included support for action on tranquillity and light pollution and recognised the role of voluntary activity in tackling litter. Our influence meant it also gave support for local community engagement in landscape planning, recognised the importance of landscape character and created Local Nature Partnerships to help communities improve their environments.

One year has now passed since The White Paper was published and this briefing by Wildlife and Countryside Link reflects the view of CPRE and 11 other leading environmental NGOs that three key concerns could prevent its ambition from being turned into real change.

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