CPRE has produced its own ‘manifesto’ for the countryside in light of the General Election around the corner. Read it in full here.
Read all about our objections to the proposed ‘Food Hub here
2017 AGM and Vision for Norfolk Report We have made a few changes to our Annual General Meeting and from now on it will be held in the early evening to enable more of our members who are working during … read more
The latest issue of Norfolk Voice is here Norfolk Voice May 2017
We recently wrote to South Norfolk Council raising our objections to this proposal, principally the negative impact it would have on open agricultural greenfield land and secondly about various specific issues regarding heritage and traffic. Read the full letter – Objection Morley St … read more
We recently wrote to Vattenfall highlighting our concerns regarding the cabling and other issues surrounding the Norfolk Vanguard offshore project. Read the full letter – Vattenfall final 04.05.17
A letter written to the EDP by our Planning Campaigns Consultant, Michael Rayner, regarding the proposed upgrading of the A47 and the need for more co-ordination between other proposed projects in the area was published on Monday 17th April.
Our Chief Executive Shaun Spiers recently visited King’s Lynn, hosted by the local MP, Sir Henry Bellingham, and accompanied by CPRE Norfolk Chairman, Chair of the Planning Committee and our Planning Campaigns Consultant. They met up with council … read more
Our Chairman Chris Dady was interviewed yesterday morning by Mustard TV as part of a debate on the dualling of the A47. Our national office have issued an excellent report on roadbuilding which debunks the Government’s current road-building agenda.
We are delighted that we have been joined by Michael Rayner, our new Planning Campaigns Consultant. Michael has been with us for nearly two months now and is really getting stuck into the day-to-day planning workload, which … read more