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This is a part-time post: hours flexible to meet office needs, 9 hours a week, up to £24,400 pro rata, 5 weeks holiday pro rata, working from our Branch Office at Blackboys near uckfield.

With the long winter nights still upon us, now is the perfect time to wrap up warm and head outside to enjoy the magic of the stars.

CPRE Sussex has provided a detailed response to the Glover Committee call for evidence.

Friday, 14 December 2018 10:15

Letter sent to sent to MPs by CPRE Sussex

Written by CPRE Sussex

The following letter was sent to all Sussex members of Parliament on 11 December 2018.

Wednesday, 12 December 2018 09:27

Shop until you drop!

Written by CPRE Sussex

You can help support CPRE Sussex just by shopping online! With so many of us looking to the internet to buy Christmas gifts you can help raise money for us with very little effort. If you haven’t already heard about easyfundraising, it’s a scheme where you can raise funds for your chosen cause (ie CPRE Sussex!) every time you shop online. Over 3,300 retailers are part of the scheme including Amazon, Argos, John Lewis, ASOS,, eBay, Boden, M&S and Waitrose. We have just registered CPRE Sussex with the scheme and we would love all of our members and supporters to sign up to it so that we can raise more funds for our work.

Countryside campaigners have warned Pagham area residents the worst is yet to come. Michael Warden, Chair of CPRE Sussex's Arun group warns that Pagham and surrounding parishes are having unachievable numbers of houses thrust upon them in two local newspaper articles downloadable below.



Read the full text of the CPRE Sussex response to the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government: ‘Technical consultation on updates to national planning policy and guidance’

CPRE Sussex is urging people to take action after the government revealed that it plans to switch its most recent housing figures with outdated data from 2014 in a move which will force more houses onto the Sussex countryside.

Tuesday, 04 December 2018 17:39

Act now: Reject the Gatwick plan

Written by CPRE Sussex

Reject Gatwick's plans for 3 runways

Stand up for Sussex's unique natural environment:

  • Reject the environmental impact of over 90,000 extra flights a year
  • Reject the destruction of nature; animal habitats, wildlife corridors and biodiversity
  • Reject the loss of countryside for the houses and infrastructure needed to accommodate the 12,000 extra workers for the expanded airport
  • Reject increasing congestion on road and rail caused by an additional 50 million passengers and over 200,000 tonnes of haulage
  • Reject the loss of clean air, peaceful woodlands and dark, starlit skies.

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