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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.

Letter published by West Sussex County Times 29 November 2018-11-29

Join CPRE Sussex and as a member you and your family can enjoy discounted entry to around 200 of England’s most splendid houses and gardens.

You have until January 10 to object to proposals to expand Gatwick Airport from one to potentially three runways.

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Wednesday, 07 November 2018 09:11

CPRE Sussex Responds to Wealden Local Plan

Written by CPRE Sussex

Volunteers from CPRE Sussex worked round the clock to prepare a response to the Wealden Local Plan.

CPRE Sussex has taken the unprecedented step of declaring a “Countryside State of Emergency” in response to Gatwick Airport’s new expansion ‘Master Plan’, published last week (Oct 18).

Letter, published in the Rye & Battle Observer, 12th October 2018

CPRE Sussex is urging Lewes District Council to urgently update its housing figures after discovering that the council could lose control of its Local Plan due a ‘mis-assessed’ shortfall of just 6 houses.

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