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Welwyn Hatfield Councillors have unanimously turned down a proposal for what amounts to a new housing estate on Green Belt at Cuffley

Countryside campaigners CPRE Hertfordshire have strongly criticised the North Herts. District Local Plan

Oaklands College A/AS Level photography students received certificates at CPRE Hertfordshire’s Annual Rural Living Awards on Tuesday 18 October at County Hall, Hertford.

CPRE Hertfordshire were delighted to welcome children and their families from across the County to the Annual Rural Living Awards Evening in County Hall on Tuesday October 18

CPRE Hertfordshire is alarmed by East Herts Council’s bid for Government support for a ‘Garden Town’ with 10,000 houses in the Green Belt between Ware and Sawbridgeworth.

Monday, 30 May 2016 09:38

New President for CPRE

Written by Local Group Web Manager:Jo Simson

Pottery designer and businesswoman Emma Bridgewater is to be the new President of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE), succeeding former Poet Laureate Sir Andrew Motion, who served four years in the role.

CPRE Hertfordshire is appalled by speculative and premature development proposals by major local landowners which could destroy swathes of nationally important Green Belt land west of Hatfield.

We urge everyone concerned about the protection of the Green Belt to tell the Government what they think about suggested changes to Planning Policy before 22 February.

CPRE Hertfordshire has taken the unprecedented step of writing to all St Albans District Councillors urging them not to agree to the publication of the draft Strategic Local Plan for consultation

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Winter on the River Gade at Water End by ElizabethHamilton