Issues Past and Present
We are currently updating our battlemap which will highlight areas where we must remain vigilant to protect Hampshire's countryside.
In the meantime you can view our 2007-9 battlemap at our archive website.
Scroll down (below the map) for details and how to use it
Landscape issue e.g. national parks, rivers
Development issue e.g. specific housing site
Planning issue e.g. SE Plan development areas
Resources issue e.g. water, mineral extraction
Transport issue e.g. roads, airports
The map will appear here once it is updated.
About this map
We're campaigning everywhere! At some places it is to oppose inappropriate major developments. At others it is where CPRE Hampshire is pro-actively proposing positive changes that will enhance the rural environment. The battlemap pinpoints locations (or the centre of broad areas) where CPRE Hampshire is campaigning.
How to use this map
- Hover over circle - you will see a one line description of the issue
- Click on circle - you will be taken to a relevant article or alternatively to the main campaign page for that type of issue
- Hover over a general area of the map - it will show you the district name. (note: you normally need to be reasonably central in a district area (bounded by green lines) for your mouse to cover a hyperlink.
- Click on a sensitive general area - you will be taken to the relevant district page.
How you can help
CPRE Hampshire are always looking for volunteers to help with its campaigns. In the first instance contact the chairman of the group for which you wish to campaign - see contacts list. Also check out our volunteers' page for other ways in which you can support the work of CPRE Hampshire in promoting the beauty, tranquillity and diversity of our countryside.
This page last updated 29th March 2011.
TOP PLANNING ISSUE:
Currently the main planning issue is the proposed Fareham Strategic Development Area which calls for a new town of up to 10,000 new homes. CPRE in its alliance with South Hampshire's Unheard Voices calls for proper consultation on this proposal.
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