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Tuesday, 12 June 2018 13:10

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Whatever you care about, it is almost certain that there are other people who feel the same way. Working together with like-minded people is the best way to have a voice on issues that affect your lives. Whether you want to save your local park or change national planning legislation, community action can be the best way to achieve your aims. The Planning Help website offers a range of resources to help your campaign group be effective. From planning to lobbying your MP, approaching local media and public speaking.

Visit the Planning Help Campaign Tips page here.

 

Published in Campaigning

Please sign CPRE's national Charter to Save Our Countryside and show decision-makers how strongly people feel about our beautiful landscapes and rural communities.

 

Published in News

Last week CPRE Oxfordshire's Michael Tyce met Nicola Blackwood MP and Nick Boles, the planning minister, to discuss the planning fiasco of the Castle Mill development at Port Meadow.

Published in Current news

The Vale of the White Horse is threatened with monster housing developments within small rural communities which are completely inappropriate.

Published in Campaigns
Thursday, 09 May 2013 08:02

Port Meadow case lodged at High Court

This week we have formally lodged an application with the High Court seeking a Judicial Review of the planning permission for the University accommodation blocks at Port Meadow.
Published in Current news
Thursday, 25 April 2013 07:05

Judicial review on Port Meadow

Today we can confirm that we will formally seek a Judicial Review of the University accommodation development at Port Meadow.
Published in Current 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
Monday, 04 March 2013 10:41

Lighting up time for tennis in Lyneham?

This Thursday, 7 March 2013, the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) will decide whether or not to fund a controversial scheme that will introduce light pollution into an area of the Cotswolds AONB with the second darkest skies in the UK.  

Published in News archive

Prince Charles was lobbed hard by protestors in Oxford yesterday, when he visited the University's Said Business School.

Published in 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!

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