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Friday, 19 January 2018 14:33

Letter: We need action, not warm words

Written by Stephen Hardy

Letter to Rye and Battle Observer, from Stephen Hardy, CPRE Sussex Trustee. Published 19 Jan 2018

The Campaign to Protect Rural England is pleased to see at last the Government's commitment to improving the environment shown in the 25-year plan launched last week, but we need actions, not simply warm words to ensure the Government provides the means to ensure we use resources wisely, from plastics to land.

Friday, 19 January 2018 14:29

High Court Judge Tells Arun to Pay Parish

Written by CPRE Sussex

A High Court judge asked Arun District Council to explain its conduct and ordered it to compensate a parish after housing plans the authority approved were overturned.

Wednesday, 03 January 2018 17:00

Arun District Needs You!

Written by CPRE Sussex

Thank you to all who joined us in the wonderful Council Chamber at Littlehampton Town Hall. We were delighted to see so many people willing to turn out on such a cold night who share our concerns about the mounting threats to Arun’s precious countryside, villages and towns. We were delighted to welcome Tony Whitbread from the Sussex Wildlife Trust and discovered so much about the uniqueness and wonder of the Arun Valley, its flora and fauna.

Letter published by West Sussex County Times, 7 December 2017

Tuesday, 28 November 2017 10:34

Lewes District update

Written by John Kay

The Lewes Groups is concerned about one abuse already being operated in the house building business, and a second being lined up for the future through the Right Homes in the Right Places proposals recently consulted on.

Wednesday, 22 November 2017 13:19

Adur & Worthing District Report

Written by CPRE Sussex

Adur District has grown increasingly popular for residents moving from Brighton and London, with Shoreham Beach sometime referred to as ‘a new Sand Banks’ with its grandiose and occasionally prize winning homes replacing old railway carriage based bungalows.

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