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A crowdfunding campaign is being launched this week to raise funds for a second legal challenge to Highways England, over their plan to put a dual carriageway through Arundel’s watermeadows and the South Downs National Park.

Thursday, 31 May 2018 08:36

CPRE Sussex Review Summer 2018

CPRE Sussex Review Summer 2018. Download your PDF copy below

  • Keeping Sussex Green
  • Our missing affordable homes
  • Annual report 2017
  • Is it time for a transport revolution
  • Agricultural education in a changing farming landscape
  • Sussex Biodiversity Record Centre

See also Goodbye Mr Nice Guy insert on Strategic Land industry lobbying and how we should respond

On 24 May CPRE Sussex’s Chair David Johnson attended a rally and spoke at a meeting of the South Downs National Park Authority alongside local people and wildlife groups to urge the Authority to uphold its statutory duty to protect the park and challenge Highways England’s announcement of the preferred route for the Arundel bypass as option 5a.  

Monday, 21 May 2018 13:52

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Monday, 21 May 2018 13:44

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Wednesday, 16 May 2018 15:20

Landscape Training

On 12th May, 30 noble souls took part in a CPRE Sussex workshop exploring how to assess the significance of the character of landscape in the evaluation of potential development sites.

Following public consultation last year, Highways England have announced the preferred A27 Arundel bypass route. From three possible options, a modified version of Option 5A has been chosen, and consists of a 4-mile dual carriageway between Crossbush junction and a new junction between Binstead Lane and Yapton Lane.

The government is reviewing an important piece of policy that could change the shape of the English countryside for ever. It is rewriting the National Planning Policy Framework – the rules that determine what kind of houses are built, where they go, and whether it is communities or developers who are at the heart of those decisions. 

Wednesday, 25 April 2018 09:02

Meet the team, and help out!

This Summer: The new Arun District Group will be out and about bringing the CPRE Sussex stall to events across the District, and beyond. We would welcome your encouragement and support and invite you to come along and meet the team.

Thursday, 21 February 2019 07:59

Fundraising Events Co-ordinator - CPRE Sussex

CPRE Sussex fights for a better future for the Countryside. We work locally to protect, shape and enhance our beautiful, thriving countryside for everyone to value and enjoy. Our campaigning aims to influence decision making on a range of environmental and land- use issues.

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