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CPRE Sussex Draft Strategy Document: Plan for Tomorrow

Download the DRAFT CPRE Sussex Strategy Action Plan January 2016 – January 2019 below. 

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CPRE Sussex Privacy Policy

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CPRE Sussex Review Autumn/Winter 2013

Mayfield Market Town; ANOBs, the National Park and unprotected countryside under the hammer, and more.


The CPRE Review is sent out as a magazine to members of CPRE Sussex. Download a free PDF copy here.

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CPRE Sussex Review Summer 2013

Futureproofing Conference report, Bexhill Link update, Help protect your area, Eric Ravilious and the CPRE and more. 

The CPRE Sussex Review is published three times a year and is distributed free to our members. Download your free copy below.

 

 

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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

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CPRE Sussex Review Winter 2012

National Planning Policy Framework, Fracking, the Bexhill-Hastings Link Road, Gatwick Airport... all this and more discussed in depth in the Winter Edition of the CPRE Sussex Review Winter 2012.

The Review is our quarterly magazine sent out to members. Download a free PDF below.

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CPRE Sussex Review Winter 2015

Download your copy of the Winter Review 2015

  • Let’s get the environment back on the agenda
  • Why we need a Nature and Wellbeing Act
  • Stand up for the countryside: the CPRE manifesto
  • Housing in Horsham: the latest update
  • A27 risks scarring Arundel countryside

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CPRE Sussex Review Winter/Spring 2017

Download your copy of the Sussex Review below, featuring:

  • Nick Herbert MP on his real concerns for countyside surrounding the National Park
  • The Mid Sussex Local Plan and battle we can't afford to lose
  • How Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty are not providing the protection they should
  • Sussex Wildlife Trust on protection for natural spaces after Brexit
  • Our ancient woodlands
  • The latest on Eastbourne's plans to sell of Downland
  • Help save the sparrows!

And more. Download your copy now!

 

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CPRE Sussex Review Winter/Spring 2019

CPRE Sussex Winter/Spring Review 2019. Contents include:

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General Election: Read the CPRE's Manifesto

Sussex’s beautiful countryside is a world-famous national treasure and makes a huge contribution to the economy and our sense of who we are as individuals and communities, yet is at risk of being side-lined in this election.
 
The next Parliament will be working hard to address a number of pressing social and environmental challenges and we believe this can be done without undue harm to our finite green-spaces and beautiful landscapes.
 
Our manifesto for Sussex, linked to the main CPRE  manifesto, calls on all politicians to support;

  • Full consideration of the natural environment, biodiversity and landscape and scenic beauty in strategic plans and specific development proposals – even for sites without designation or protected status
  • Measures to tackle pollution, achieve higher standards in air and water quality, protection of rural tranquillity and dark night skies
  • A new vision for sustainable travel in Sussex to reset current roads policy with a smarter travel investment strategy, particularly in relation to the A27
  • Airspace modernisation which prioritises the well-being of local people and wildlife. A commitment against further expansion at Gatwick
  • More homes which are truly affordable and meet an identified local need. Greater investment in urban regeneration and better use of the existing housing stock, including under-occupied or empty homes
  • A significant shift towards a low-carbon economy and away from the extraction of fossil fuels
  • Well designed and located housing proposals which have been developed with proper involvement of the local community.


 Nationally, CPRE's manifesto calls on all parties in the election to recognise the countryside’s huge contribution to the economy and our sense of who we are as individuals and communities, and to develop policies that will protect and enhance rural areas. This can be downloaded below.

 

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