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- £26 million a year or half a billion pounds over two generations 22nd June 2020CPRE Hampshire, the countryside charity announces the findings of a major piece of independent research it commissioned last year to explore the value of the countryside in South Hampshire. The post £26 million a year or half a billion pounds over two generations appeared first on CPRE Hampshire.
- Lockdown lesson for government: over two thirds in South East want to see their local green space enhanced 4th June 2020As lockdown in England eases and many venture out into their local green spaces, new research has found 72% of people living in the South East think their local green spaces, including the countryside next door to where they live, could be enhanced. The post Lockdown lesson for government: over two thirds in South East […]
- Star Count shows 61% of participants live in areas with severe light pollution 28th May 2020This February more than 2,400 people across the country took part in a star counting survey run by CPRE, the countryside charity. By counting the number of stars visible in the constellation of Orion, it helps build up a picture of the nation’s views of the night sky. The post Star Count shows 61% of participants […]
- Surge in appreciation for green spaces and community spirit in South East England amid lockdown 7th May 2020A new poll on community spirit and attitudes to green spaces during lockdown finds nearly two-thirds (63%) of us think protecting and enhancing green spaces should be a higher priority after the lockdown. The post Surge in appreciation for green spaces and community spirit in South East England amid lockdown appeared first on CPRE Hampshire.
- Victory for common sense as Eastleigh Local Plan Inspector supports sustainable development 7th April 2020The Government’s Planning Inspector has examined the Eastleigh Local Plan and concludes that the potentially damaging Borough Council’s Strategic Growth Option would see large tracts of countryside disappear and should be removed. The post Victory for common sense as Eastleigh Local Plan Inspector supports sustainable development appeared first on CPRE Hampshire.