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Local Group Web Manager:Jo Simson - CPRE Hertfordshire
Local Group Web Manager:Jo Simson

Local Group Web Manager:Jo Simson

A circular walk of approximately five miles starting and finishing at the Raven pub in Hexton, devised for us by our Chairman, David Irving.

A circular walk of approximately five miles devised for us by our Chairman, David Irving.

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.

Wednesday, 11 December 2013 13:06

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This is a circular walk of approximately 3 miles (4.8 km). There are three stiles and the climb up Widbury Hill is steep.

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.

Sandridge is one of the oldest villages in Hertfordshire, dating back to 796 AD. The fields around the village were the scene of the Second Battle of St Albans in 1461. This is a circular walk of approximately four miles (6.5km).

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

Tuesday, 27 October 2015 15:25

Glad Tidings for Braughing

CPRE Hertfordshire welcomes the decision of a planning inspector to throw out an appeal by developer Gladman.

Tuesday, 27 October 2015 15:08

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Image: Southeast of Stevenage by Eliza Hermann

CPRE Hertfordshire responds to many Local Plan consultations with the aim of standing up for Hertfordshire's countryside. You can view our responses to Hertfordshire County Council Local Plans for the whole county on Minerals and Waste Development here.

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