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

Local Group Web Manager:Jo Simson

Countryside campaigners CPRE Hertfordshire are concerned that St Albans Council intends to ignore criticisms of its disastrous attempt to impose flawed Housing Targets, with consequential development in the Green Belt.

North Herts. District Council's Local Plan Preferred Options consultation ends 6 February. You can download CPRE Hertfordshire's response here.

Thursday, 29 January 2015 12:17

Shedding light and seeing stars

When did you last see the Milky Way, that pale band which appears to arch across the night sky, formed from many billions of stars which make up our own galaxy?

Countryside campaigners CPRE Hertfordshire are calling on St Albans district residents to oppose their Council’s attempt to impose Housing Targets, and consequential development sites in the Green Belt, based on a flawed interpretation of national policy. Residents have only until this Sunday 23 November to comment on the draft Strategic Local Plan.
Friday, 05 September 2014 16:48

Waste of space?

Thank you to everyone who sent in nominations for CPRE's interactive Waste of Space map

Countryside campaigners CPRE Hertfordshire welcome the decision by St. Albans District Council to mount a legal challenge to the Secretary of State’s decision to allow a massive Strategic Railfreight Interchange on Green Belt land just south of St. Albans.

Tuesday, 19 August 2014 16:08

Solar energy

View CPRE's solar energy guidance note and the latest news on Solar farm applications in Hertfordshire here. (Land north of Gaddesden Lane, Redbourn, St Albans - CPRE Herts comments added January 2016)

People across the county have been asking countryside campaigners CPRE Hertfordshire for advice about a sudden surge in proposals for solar panel arrays.

Countryside campaigners, CPRE Hertfordshire, are delighted that their Hon. Director, Kevin FitzGerald, has received a national CPRE award for his outstanding voluntary contribution to campaigning for his beloved Hertfordshire countryside for almost 35 years.

Thursday, 12 June 2014 14:46

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