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How CPRE and LEPs can together do more for England's countryside

How CPRE and LEPs can together do more for England's countryside

I have worked at the Campaign to Protect Rural England as a planner for over 16 years and in the past six, I have also been a trustee of Wildlife & Countryside Link, an umbrella body which works on policy issues of common interest to CPRE and many other environmental NGOs. Both organisations have taken an interest in rural development but to date we have, with some exceptions, had little experience of engaging with LEPs.

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An urgent need for affordable housing in the countryside

An urgent need for affordable housing in the countryside

Too often, the housing crisis is portrayed as an exclusively urban issue. Rural poverty remains largely unacknowledged, even though low wages and high living costs mean there are pockets of real deprivation in the countryside.

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Renewing our vows to the humble country park

This week – you may be surprised to know - is the 50th anniversary of the Countryside Act 1968.

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Walking the Bryson Line through Oxfordshire

Walking the Bryson Line through Oxfordshire

CPRE Oxfordshire chart the walkers’ journey through the celebrated Oxfordshire countryside.

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Talking about a community energy revolution

Talking about a community energy revolution

This Saturday, 13 September 2014, sees the start of Community Energy Fortnight with a wide…

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