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Residents inform Hampshire’s countryside priorities

Residents inform Hampshire’s countryside priorities

14 December 2016

A survey carried out by the Hampshire branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) at Hampshire Farmers’ Markets since April 2016 has shown what the public think are the biggest issues for the local countryside.

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New research supports CPRE’s call to create Green Belt in South Hampshire

New research supports CPRE’s call to create Green Belt in South Hampshire

12 December 2016

New research published today by CPRE (the Campaign to Protect Rural England) shows the huge benefit and potential of the Green Belt in terms of access to the countryside, recreation and nature conservation1. It also highlights the need to create new Green Belts in areas at risk of losing valuable urban fringe countryside to sprawl, such as around Southampton.

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CPRE investigates brownfield sites in North East Hampshire

CPRE investigates brownfield sites in North East Hampshire

1 December 2016

The North East Hampshire district of Hart is the only authority in the county included in the Government’s brownfield registers pilot scheme, reports local group of environmental charity, CPRE Hampshire (the Campaign to Protect Rural England).

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Quiz goers raise £1,800 for the Hampshire countryside

Quiz goers raise £1,800 for the Hampshire countryside

1 December 2016

The annual quiz night held on 18th November 2016 and organised by volunteers from the South Downs & Central District Group of countryside charity, CPRE Hampshire (the Campaign to Protect Rural England) has raised £1,800 to support its work.

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