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CPRE Gloucestershire Rural Excellence Awards Ceremony 2019

CPRE Gloucestershire Rural Excellence Awards Ceremony 2019

 

13 November 2019

CPRE Gloucestershire’s Rural Excellence Awards – now in their twelfth year - recognise developments which are outstanding in their contribution to the environment or the local community, and which are exemplars of good practice.  The 2019 Awards presentations took place today when seven awards were made celebrating some of the very best of the county’s building developments and projects.
Since its awards scheme first began in 2007, CPRE Gloucestershire has celebrated and highlighted 67 innovative projects throughout the county.

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"Gloucestershire Views"

 

 

23 October 2019

CPRE Gloucestershire's latest newsletter "Gloucestershire Views" has just been published.  Topics covered include ash dieback, community-led housing, an article on the significance of the 1949 National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act, the Glover Review on National Parks and AONBs, and news from our District Groups.

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Landscapes Review Published

Landscapes Review Published

 

29 September 2019

The eagerly awaited final report on future directions for England’s National Parks and AONBs was published on 20th September. The report titled Landscapes Review and its proposals are the outcome of an independent review commissioned by the government in May 2018 and led by an expert panel chaired by Julian Glover.

National CPRE made a comprehensive submission to a consultation and CPRE Gloucestershire made a separate submission relating to the future of the Forest of Dean and the Cotswolds AONB.

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Ash trees across the UK are dying

Ash trees across the UK are dying

 

23 August 2019

Ash Dieback has reached Gloucestershire and will have a major impact on the landscape of the Cotswolds AONB and Severn Vale.  CPRE Gloucestershire is a member of a partnership of organisations which has come together to address the issue.  The partnership is led by the Cotswolds Conservation Board.  This news article explains more and how you can help.

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