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Documents supplied by Campaign to Protect Rural England

2026 - A Vision for the Countryside
20:26 Vision - Communities and the Countryside
20:26 Vision - What Future for the Countryside?
A Briefing for CPRE Volunteers Local Development Schemes - This Supporting Briefing to CPRE's Local Development Frameworks Campaigner's Guide Sets Out How You Can Influence your Local Development Scheme - The Plan of the Plans
A CPRE Briefing - Enforcement - Quality Control in Planning
A CPRE Planning Help Campaigners' Guide - The Facts About Planning Appeals
A CPRE Report - Family Housing - The Power of Concentration
A Campaign Briefing - Towards Sustainable Economic Development - Employment Land and the Countryside
A Countryside Friendly Smart Grid - An Environmental Manifesto for the National Policy Statement on Electricity Transmission
Aviation, Noise and the Countryside
CPRE Briefing - Planning to Scrutinise
CPRE Planning Bill Action Guide - Action Pack
CPRE Report - Building on Barker (Kate Barker) - How we can Continue to Improve Housing for Everyone without Damaging the Environment and Sprawling over the Countryside
CPRE's 2026 - A Vision for the Countryside - 'Living the Vision' - Some Case Studies
CPRE's Clutter Challenge
CPRE's Clutter Challenge Local Examples
CPRE's Policy on Aviation
CPRE's Policy on Brownfield Land
CPRE's Policy on Energy
CPRE's Policy on Food and Farming
Campaigner's Guide to Using EC Environmental Law
Coastal Change Policy - A Response to the DEFRA Consultation by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE)
Deconstructing Barker - A One Dimensional Misunderstanding of a Multidimensional Issue - A Critique of the Barker Review of Planning
Departure Applications - How, When and Why to Ask that Departure Applications be Called In
Developing an Intrusion Map of England
Draft Planning Policy Statement - Eco-Towns - Opinion
England's Fragmented Countryside - Ranking of Counties and Unitary Authorities by Percentage of Total Area Disturbed by Noise and Visual Intrusion
Glyndebourne Wind Turbine Planning Inquiry - Proof of Evidence Regarding Tranquillity
Guidelines for Road Signing in Rural Areas
Hedgerow Regulations Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
Homes for the Future - More Affordable, More Sustainable - A Response by CPRE to the Housing Green Paper
Housing Green Paper Briefing - A Provisional View
How to Respond to Planning Applications - An Eight-Step Guide
Lie of the Land
Local Development Frameworks - A CPRE Briefing
Making Use of Planning Policy Statement 12: Local Spatial Planning (PPS 12) - A CPRE Campaign Briefing
Making our Mark - 80 Years of Campaigning for the Countryside
Night Blight in England and UK
Night Blight! - Rapidly Spreading Light Pollution Chases the Stars from the Night... Closing our Window to the Universe
Out of Control - Tackling the Problem of Aggregate Minerals Landbanks
PPG3 - What Progress Five Years On?
Planning Act 2008 - A CPRE Briefing on Changes to Planning for Major Infrastructure Projects
Planning Act 2008 - A CPRE Briefing on Changes to Town and Country Planning Legislation
Policy Position Statement - Aviation
Policy Position Statement - Brownfield Land
Policy Position Statement - Minerals and Quarrying
Policy Position Statement - Onshore Wind Turbines
Policy Position Statement - Onshore Wind Turbines
Policy Position Statement - Polytunnels
Policy Position Statement - Road Transport Demand Management
Policy Position Statement - Rural Services
Policy Position Statement - Sustainable Development
Policy Position Statement - Unauthorised Gypsy and Traveller Development
Policy Position Statement - Waste
Policy Position Statement - Water Resources
Policy-Based Evidence Making - The Policy Exchange's War Against Planning
Possible Locations for Eco-Towns
Quarry Conflicts
Regional Spatial Strategies - How You Can Use Them to Help Shape Decisions About Your Local Environment
Roadside Advertising - Problems and Solutions - A CPRE Policy Briefing
Rocky Logic - The Role of Aggregates in the UK Economy
Short-List of Eco-Towns Locations
Squandering our Assets - Government Planning Policies Undermine the Environmental Quality and Economic Potential of the Countryside
Streamlining Local Development Frameworks - Overview of the Government's Proposed Changes to Planning Policy (PPS12) - A CPRE Briefing
Submission on Eco-Towns Planning Policy Statement
Thames Gateway - Making Progress - CPRE's Proposals for Making the Most of an Unprecedented Regeneration Opportunity to Help the Countryside Across South East England
The Cluttered Countryside
The Proximity Principle - Why We Are Living Too Far Apart
The Real Choice - How Local Foods Can Survive the Supermarket Onslaught
The Taxation of Property - A Report by Europe Economics for the Campaign to Protect Rural England
Third Party Rights of Appeal in Planning
Traffic Noise in Rural Areas - Personal Experiences of People Affected - Report from Transport for Quality of Life to the Noise Association Based on Case Study Interviews and Survey Research Funded by Esmee Fairbairn Foundation
Transport Corridors - Blessing or Blind Alley?
UK Renewable Energy Strategy Consultation - A CPRE Response to the Consultation Paper by the Department of Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
Unlocking the Landscape - A Step-By-Step Guide
Unlocking the Landscape - Action Pack - Preparing a Community Landscape Character Statement
Untapped Potential - Identifying and Delivering Residential Development on Previously Developed Land - Overview of Recent Practice
Urban Capacity Studies - How Good Is Yours?
Urban Exodus
Urban and Rural Futures
Useless Old Houses? - What To Do With The North West's Low Demand Housing and High Density Heritage

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