PRESS RELEASE 1st March 2018 A GREEN BELT FOR NORWICH? Unlike many other major cities, Norwich does not have a Green Belt. The Fine City may historically have been relatively compact and surrounded by countryside, but … read more
Last night’s launch has been covered by the EDP, including an article the day before (see below), Lynn News and listen to our Chairman being interviewed this morning on BBC Radio Norfolk (33 minutes in).
What a great evening last night at The Hostry, Norwich Cathedral, for the launch of our new campaign ‘Vision for Norfolk’ #V4N by our CPRE President Emma Bridgewater with support from our great Norfolk President Professor Tim O’Riordan and an … read more
CPRE has produced its own ‘manifesto’ for the countryside in light of the General Election around the corner. Read it in full here.
Our letter regarding the proposed ‘Food Hub’ at Easton is published this weekend – next to another letter from one of the affected residents, part of a group against these highly damaging proposals. (click on the letter to bring … read more
23rd February 2017 PRESS RELEASE: CPRE Norfolk’s Petition for a Green Belt around Norwich sails past 1,000 signatures A petition started by the Norfolk Branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (www.cprenorfolk.org.uk) calling for a Green Belt … read more
CPRE Norfolk has today submitted a 12 page objection to the proposed food hub at Easton. Read the full objection here: Draft consultation objection Final
A letter outlining CPRE Norfolk’s views on the proposed ‘Food Hub’ was published in the EDP on Saturday 28th January.
PRESS RELEASE FROM CPRE NATIONAL OFFICE Embargoed until 00:01, 12 December 2016 For further enquiries please call 020 7981 2819 12 December 2016 Invest in Green Belt for the parks, paths and woodlands of tomorrow, says CPRE Research demonstrates natural … read more
Story in this weekend’s Eastern Daily Press covering our views on devolution proposals for Norfolk and Suffolk with their enormous potential to seriously and permanently damage our precious … read more