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CPRE

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Council for the Protection of Rural England
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Visit CPRE Shropshire's website: www.cpreshropshire.org.uk/photo-competition.
CPRE wants the new Environment Secretary Theresa Villiers to build on the work of her predecessor and make a "swift and formal commitment" to bringing in a scheme that would end environmental damage done by drinks containers.
We will do all we can to raise this issue nationally, via the CPRE network and our direct government contacts, because the ban needs to be a simple, clear, national ban for it to be effective.
A recent report by the CPRE highlights remarks by the leader of Gateshead council, Martin Gannon, who said, "you can't move in the centre of Gateshead for brownfield sites" which, he says, builders aren't interested in developing for possible financial reasons.
When people attempt this across the UK it will give the CPRE a way to see how bad light pollution is in every area of the UK.
The CPRE says there is enough brownfield land for a million homes but developers find it cheaper to build on fields.
"We are being sold a lie by many developers," said Tom Fyans, head of policy at the CPRE, which published the report based on a sample of available planning permissions.
CPRE Surrey confirmed on Tuesday (April 17) that it hadapplied for a judicial review of the adoption of the Local PlanbyWaverley Borough Councilon February 20.
After the film Tony Stott, acting chair of CPRE East Midlands, will look at the issues today and the impact of the current Leicestershire Strategic Growth Plan.
Aunque la mayoria de los episodios de pancreatitis secundaria a la CPRE son leves (aproximadamente 90%), un pequeno porcentaje de pacientes (cerca del 10%) desarrollan un cuadro severo.
Information from 53 councils taking part in the Government's brownfield register pilot scheme shows more than 270,000 homes could be built on previously developed land in their areas, the CPRE said.
The CPRE Report ("From Wasted Space to Living Spaces - The availability of brownfield land for housing development in England"), relies on data extrapolated from the National Land Use Database that, until 2010, had been statutorily updated by Local Authorities.