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)
CPRECholangio-Pancréatographie Rétrograde Endoscopique (French: Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography; diagnostic medical technique)
CPRECommission Paritaire Régionale de l'Emploi (French: Joint Committee on Regional Employment)
CPRECenter for Policy Research in Education (various locations)
CPRECertified Professional for Requirements Engineering (requirements engineer and business analyst qualification)
CPREChimie des Pollutions et Risques Environnementaux (French: Chemical Pollution and Environmental Hazards; University of Orleans; France)
CPRECurrent Practice and Research Evidence (various locations)
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Maddy Haughton-Boakes, litter campaigner at CPRE, said: 'It's absolutely fantastic that so many people have shown such high levels of support."
Emma Marrington, dark skies campaigner for CPRE said "A dark sky filled with stars is one of the most magical sights our countryside has to offer, and for thousands of years our night sky has been a source of information, fascination and inspiration for all of humanity".
The CPRE said it was concerned the Green Belt -- which makes up about 13 percent of land in England -- was "being eroded at an alarming rate" and must be protected.
In a statement, CPRE Surrey said: "The challenge is based on CPRE's belief that the arbitrary number of new houses chosen by the inspector is not compliant with the NPPF [National Planning Policy Framework]."
Se han propuesto diversas estrategias para prevenir o reducir la severidad de la pancreatitis posterior a la CPRE. Estas incluyen seleccion de los pacientes, mejoras en las maniobras y tecnicas quirurgicas (como minimizar la manipulacion traumatica de la ampolla, uso selectivo de medios de contaste y uso de lineas guias para la cateterizacion) e intervenciones endoscopicas especificas incluyendo la colocacion de stent pancreatico temporales (2).
Shaun Spiers, chief executive of CPRE, said its analysis shows there is "plenty of suitable" land available, allowing undeveloped greenfield sites to be protected.
Richards concluded: "While many of the CPRE's suggestions are sound the introduction of a 'brownfield first' policy is only likely to cause housing development to stagnate due to the various barriers of developing on it.
Dr Nic Best, the CPRE's senior policy and campaigns officer for the North-east, told the Evening Gazette that the planning system, needed to direct development.
Samantha Harding, CPRE "stop the drop" campaign manager, said bag levies had been shown to work in Wales where plastic bag use fell by 90% following the charge.
The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) recently published a report recommending a new approach to onshore wind that makes sense.
The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) said that in 2008 there were 685 turbines more than 30 metres high (100ft) built, in construction or awaiting approval in the countryside.