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Tuesday, 16 April 2019 09:26

East Herts planning application

CPRE Herts. responses to significant planning applications in Dacorum are stored here
Tuesday, 26 March 2019 13:15

CPRE Hertfordshire Spring 2019 newsletter

We are pleased to publish our latest newsletter "Spring 2019" available as a download. Please enjoy reading our latest news and we would appreciate any feedback to enable us to improve this newsletter.

 

 

Public fears for countryside and environment over devastating Oxford-Cambridge development plan
Protection and improvement of the environment and the provision of social housing are top priorities for local residents over plans for Ox-Cam Arc

Read the full article here

Link To National Office Article here 

Tuesday, 12 March 2019 12:00

Children's art competition 2019

CPRE Hertfordshire is committed to the protection, promotion and enhancement of the environment within Hertfordshire, to make it a better place to live, work, go to school or enjoy for today and tomorrow.  As part of this, we run a Children’s Art Competition.  We invite all the primary schools within Hertfordshire to enter and to encourage the children to express themselves through art.   If you would like your child to participate then we would ask you to speak to your child’s teacher, a copy of the invitation sent to schools is attached to this post.

Site LA3 West of Hemel Hempstead CPRE Comments see attachments

CPRE are thrilled that the UK Government has recently opened a consultation for a proposed

Deposit Return Scheme (DRS) for drinks containers.

This year our walks will explore more of Hertfordshire’s beautiful countryside and diverse landscapes.

 

"This 5 mile 'figure of eight' walk takes in several woods and fields in the southwest of the county in the Three Rivers and Watford Districts.
The walk also includes the Grand Union Canal towpath and the Nature Reserve in Cassiobury Park. A shorter walk is possible by doing either one, but not both, of the loops in the 'figure of eight'.  Start and finish are at Whippendell Woods car park on Grove Mill Lane, north of Watford. The walk can also be accessed using public transportation: take the Metropolitan Underground Line to its terminus at Watford Station and then walk through Cassiobury Park.  Although CPRE did this walk in February and it was lovely then, optimal timing may be late April / early May when the woods should be carpeted in bluebells." 

Read our features in Hertfordshire Life

Since January 2012 Hertfordshire Life magazine has featured a regular monthly article by CPRE Hertfordshire. Most of these are written by Elizabeth Hamilton. Elizabeth began by detailing the epic fundraising walk she undertook on our behalf. Elizabeth, her husband Ian, Eliza Hermann and Eliza's husband Mark Adams walked all 197 miles of the Hertfordshire Way. Click the links below for our Hertfordshire Life articles. To read the specific article, click on the page numbers in the tool bar, type in the page number you want and click on 'go'; alternatively, just 'turn' the pages till you get to the one you want):

Tuesday, 19 February 2019 10:43

Hertsmere planning application

CPRE Herts. responses to significant planning applications in Hertsmere are stored here
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