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This section includes our current press releases and our newsletters and annual reviews.

25 September 2017

Needless Demand is the title of a new paper in CPRE's Housing Foresight series.  It shows that simply meeting market demand for housing while failing to prioritise genuine local housing need will perpetuate the housing crisis while wasting precious countryside.  It is an important contribution to the policy debate and to a consultation on how local authorities should calculate housing need.

26 August 2016

On 6th November 2017 the Charter for Trees, Woods and People will be launched.  CPRE is one of 70 partner organisations working with the Woodland Trust on an exciting initiative to recognise, celebrate and protect the rights of the people in the UK to the benefits brought by trees and woods.  

2 June 2017

Shaun Spiers, in his last speech as CEO of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE), spoke out about the role of developers in rural housing. Shaun was the keynote speaker at CPRE Gloucestershire’s AGM this week.

30 April 2017

The Campaign to Protect Rural England’s Gloucestershire Branch is pleased to welcome a new chief executive to lead CPRE nationally.

Friday, 10 March 2017 10:12

Greener UK

Written by Local Group Web Manager: Richard Lloyd

10 March 2017

CPRE has joined forces with 12 other major environmental organisations to form Greener UK. Between us, we have a combined public membership of 7.9 million and the belief that leaving the EU is a pivotal moment to restore and enhance the UK’s environment.

8 February 2017

The Campaign to Protect Rural England’s Gloucestershire Branch is seeking nominations for its 2017 Awards, which celebrate the very best of the county’s building developments and projects.

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