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The CPRE is urging the government to put the countryside at the forefront of climate action so that rural communities do not bear the brunt of the climate crisis.
The design of new housing schemes in England is ‘mediocre’ and ‘poor’, leading to ‘a decade of disastrous housing design’, according to research conducted by UCL for CPRE and the Place Alliance.
According to a report by countryside charity, CPRE, only 1 in 10 homes built on land released from the Green Belt are ‘affordable’.
The proportion of new homes built on vacant land has fallen by 10%, bringing it to its lowest level over the past five years, according to data by CPRE.
The Government is set to accept a proposal from the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC), to build 1 million new homes between Oxford, Milton Keynes and Cambridge, a development that the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) says would result in an area of countryside greater than the size of Birmingham being lost
A recent analysis of new government data by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) has shown the largest increase of Green Belt land which has been released to build more houses.
Planners respond to the announcement of the garden communities programme, which will see more high quality homes built and green spaces created
Community Land Trusts (CLTs) can build the affordable houses rural communities need, says charity in response to the Campaign to Protect Rural England's (CPRE) report on the green belt
The Green Belt is ‘being eroded at an alarming rate’, despite government promises to protect it, according to a new report from the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE)
A new poll published by the CPRE and Friends of the Earth has revealed that an overwhelming majority (80%) of Conservative councillors believe that planning applications should be required in areas where fracking companies have a license to drill
Paul Miner, head of strategic plans and devolution at the Campaign to Protect Rural England, discusses why the organisation strongly supports the green belt policy in the UK
CPRE welcomes a new interim report by former housing minister Nick Raynsford reviewing the planning system in England, which will be presented to the House of Lords today (15 May)