CPRE


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AcronymDefinition
CPRECampaign to Protect Rural England (formerly Council for the Protection of Rural England)
CPREConsortium for Policy Research in Education
CPRECouncil for the Protection of Rural England (now Campaign to Protect Rural England)
CPRECenter for Policy Research in Education (various locations)
CPRECertified Professional for Requirements Engineering (requirements engineer and business analyst qualification)
CPRECurrent Practice and Research Evidence (various locations)
CPREChimie des Pollutions et Risques Environnementaux (French: Chemical Pollution and Environmental Hazards; University of Orleans; France)
CPRECholangio-Pancréatographie Rétrograde Endoscopique (French: Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography; diagnostic medical technique)
CPRECommission Paritaire Régionale de l'Emploi (French: Joint Committee on Regional Employment)
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Robert Massey, from National Astronomy Week, said: "Too often our view of the night sky is compromised by the scourge of light pollution, so we're delighted to be supporting the CPRE Star Count and their campaign to tackle wasted light.
CPRE chief executive Shaun Spiers said: "Despite the rhetoric of localism, it seems that local communities are powerless to prevent damaging development even in the most sensitive locations.
My gracious CPRE committee colleagues would have found much more polite ways of saying things
CPRE campaigners claim "virtually all the new building would be in the green belt" immediately south of Coventry.
The CPRE warned ministers against "destroying the countryside" in a construction boom aimed at kickstarting the economy.
Green Belt band around the country is also under threat from more than 1,000 hectares (2,500 acres) of business and industrial parks and housing developments each with hundreds or even thousands of new homes, CPRE said.
Further details and full instructions for the survey will be on the CPRE website from January 10.
MANY people will have heard of CPRE, which stands for theCampaign to Protect Rural England.
The two organisations, which have often opposed each other in the past, have teamed up to oppose the government's planning green paper, Planning: delivering a fundamental change, said CPRE director Kate Parminter
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Green Belt land is also under threat from more than 1,000 hectares of business and industrial parks and housing developments each with hundreds or even thousands of new homes, CPRE said.
The CPRE was putting its views to an HSR conference in London at which Transport Secretary Philip Hammond was due to speak.