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In a major new report, CPRE has gathered evidence from across England which reveals unprecedented pressure on our most treasured countryside following the Coalition's planning reforms.

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Published in Current news
Monday, 25 March 2013 22:42

CPRE launches Port Meadow Appeal Fund

Please help us fight to save Port Meadow. We can’t do it without you!

Published in News
Thursday, 21 March 2013 10:08

CPRE calls City to account on Port Meadow

CPRE Oxfordshire has begun a legal challenge to the planning permission that allowed the construction of the University’s accommodation blocks on Roger Dudman Way, on the edge of Port Meadow.

Published in News
CPRE Oxford is urging Oxford City Council to give residents access to green space within 300 metres of their home, in line with national best practice guidelines.
 
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Last week the Government announced more changes to the planning system. We are worried that without further safeguards and assurances, greater freedom to convert farm buildings will risk damaging the character of the countryside.

Published in Current news
Tuesday, 29 January 2013 11:19

Port Meadow: what have they done?

Historic views are being destroyed by new student accommodation on the edge of ancient Port Meadow. Join the fight against this eyesore!

Published in News archive
Monday, 14 January 2013 08:41

Monster solar farm planned for Green Belt

A farmer wants to create a monster solar farm on 74.5 hectares (about 200 acres) of his land at Wadley Hill Farm between Barton and Beckley, just outside Oxford bang-slap in the green belt.

Published in News archive

An application to erect a wind turbine at Rowan Farm in Henton has been refused by South Oxfordshire District Council (SODC). We are delighted with this decision.

Published in News archive
Thursday, 29 November 2012 10:07

Wrong on housing, wrong on the countryside

Planning minister Nick Boles is wrong on housing, wrong on the countryside. His call to increase the urbanised area of England is provocative and unnecessary, and casts a shadow over at least 25% of our undisturbed countryside.

Published in News archive
Thursday, 15 November 2012 08:58

Land not sand at Pinewoods

Hanson plc has been wanting to extract sand from a site in the Vale of the White Horse for years. The 69-acre site of agricultural land west of Pinewoods hamlet extends north from the A420 almost to the Longworth to Hinton Waldrist village road.

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