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CPRE Sussex has submitted its response to the consultation on road improvements for the Worthing/Lancing stretch of the A27 (11th September.)  We highlighted the fact that the CPRE 'The End of the Road' Report 2017 reveals that road-building is failing to provide the congestion relief and economic boost promised, while devastating the environment. It directly challenges government claims that ‘the economic gains from road investment are beyond doubt’; that road-building will lead to ‘mile a minute’ journeys; and that the impact on the environment will be limited ‘as far as possible’. The report shows how road building over the past two decades has repeatedly failed to live up to similar aims. We therefore believe that any investment in the existing road needs to be part of a wider package of investment to reduce the use of motorised vehicles on our roads including smart planning for growth and investment in infrastructure for walking, cycling and use of public transport.

Wednesday, 13 September 2017 10:08

House Sparrows in your community

Written by CPRE Sussex

In the Spring 2017, CPRE Sussex joined with the Brighton and Hove Wildlife Forum (BHWF) to find out more about populations of house sparrows in Sussex. The excellent detailed work being done by BHWF was supplemented by a CPRE survey across Sussex more widely, to seek some broad information about how house sparrows were doing across Sussex at a time when their numbers nationally have reduced significantly.

GUIDED WALK around A27 Arundel bypass options 3 and 5

CPRE Sussex believes that the Arundel Bypass consultation is a missed opportunity to do something really innovative and forward-thinking to reduce congestion and improve air quality.

Brighton’s Larchmont Films are proud to present the screening of DYING BREED: One Year on Three Cattle Farms in West Cornwall , A feature length documentary (85 mins, 12A)

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