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

27 March 2018

This is a critically important role that brings together all aspects of the work that CPRE Gloucestershire does. It provides an excellent, part-time opportunity to work with an enthusiastic charity team, dedicated to the protection of the rural environment in Gloucestershire.  The post holder will need good communication skills and to be able to work under their own initiative. 

26 March 2018

 

CPRE Gloucestershire welcomes a new report looking at the future of our natural environment and needs of rural communities. This report,The countryside at a crossroads: Is the Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act 2006 still fit for purpose?from the House of Lords Select Committee, makes a series of recommendations to ensure that the objectives of this legislation are met, including the role of Government Departments and agencies.

21 February 2018

 

Although CPRE welcomes the Government’s commitment to deliver a road scheme to resolve long-standing problems of congestion, road safety and air quality, the environment charity has serious concerns about present proposals.  The environmental sensitivity of the Crickley Hill area cannot be overstated.  As part of the designated Cotswolds AONB, this dramatic landscape has important nationally recognised wildlife habitats and ancient monuments. All these factors demand a road scheme designed to embrace environmental considerations at its very heart rather than as an add on.

12 February 2018

CPRE Gloucestershire has launched its 2018 Rural Excellence Awards scheme at Vegetable Matters, the new North Cotswolds farm Shop in Ebrington.

 

15 November 2017

JOINT PRESS RELEASE BY THE COTSWOLDS CONSERVATION BOARD AND CPRE

Today sees the publication of an independent review by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) and National Association for Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) of housing development in England’s AONBs.

8 November 2017

'Building with Nature’ is the UK’s first certification scheme for green infrastructure.  Developed by the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust in partnership with the University of the West of England, it aims to increase the quality of new development to deliver real benefits for communities and the environment.

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