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CPRE East of England

www.cpreeast.org.uk

Robin Burkitt Alison Greenwood Straw bales in Norfolk

 

   
 Links

Links to the CPRE branches are found at  contact us

CPRE has established a new website to help people with planning issues.

The site, called Planning Help, should be of interest both to experienced planning volunteers and people who've never come into contact with the planning system before. To help seasoned volunteers, the site offers guides on the new local plans (called local development frameworks) and on regional spatial strategies, shows people the major ways in which the new system differs from the old, explains our view on the new planning system and keeps people up to date on the latest planning news. Those who are less familiar with the planning system should find useful the site's guides to responding to planning applications and making the most of public inquiries and the simple explanations of how the planning system works. The site also contains examples of how CPRE has been able to use the planning system to protect the countryside and contribute to urban regeneration.

English Heritage

The National Trust

Natural England

Department of Culture, Media and Sport

East of England Local Government Association

Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG)

Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA)

Community groups/funding information  www.cover-east.org 

East of England Biodiversity Forum: www.eoebiodiversity.org

East of England Rural Forum

Sustainability East 

Stop Stansted Expansion

National Hedgelaying Society

 

*The Campaign to Protect Rural England exists to promote the beauty, tranquillity and diversity of rural England by encouraging the sustainable use of land and other natural resources in town and country.

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