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30 January 2017

Planning application by Gladman for 115 residential dwellings (including up to 40% affordable housing, approximately 46 homes), introduction of structural planting and landscaping, informal public open space and children's play area.

28 January 2017

Planning application by Persimmon for 520 homes (including 208 affordable homes), public open spaces, allotments and associated infrastructure.

26 January 2017

Your monthly e-news from the charity that stands up for the Hampshire countryside.

January 2017

The Countryside Awards which has been running for 10 years is the premier project of CPRE Hampshire. It provides the charity with excellent marketing opportunities keeping it in the public eye and enables it to interact with corporate organisations, partners and local communities.

20 January 2017

Outline application for 250 dwellings at Pembers Hill Farm, Mortimers Lane, Fair Oak, Eastleigh SO50 7EA (Ref. O/15/77190)

Our iconic chalk streams are biologically and economically important and a beloved part of our Hampshire landscape. They draw their water from the same sources we draw our water supply, the aquifers and surface streams.

15 December 2016

Your monthly e-news from the charity that stands up for the Hampshire countryside.

‘Rural life will get better’, as optimism flies high in Rural Life Museum. Report from CPRE and the University of Reading's Museum of English Rural Life panel discussion held on 1 December 2016.

On 24 November 2016 an open discussion on New Forest District Council’s Local Plan was held in New Milton with the help and support of CPRE's New Forest District Group.

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