CPRE

(redirected from Council for the Protection of Rural England)
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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ESTIMATES for the number of new homes needed in and around Stratford over the next 15 years are "exaggerated", according to the Council for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE).
The Council for the Protection of Rural England have recently shown in their report that the greenbelt land-grab in Yorkshire is second only to London.
The majority of town and parish councils, the Northumberland & Newcastle Society, the Council for the Protection of Rural England and others are all asking county councillors to reject the current proposals and to engage in a proper consultation on the real issues and effective solutions.
As for the Council for the Protection of Rural England and Friends of Tees Heritage Park objecting.
Legal advice obtained by the Council for the Protection of Rural England clearly shows that the new arrangements will make it impossible to stop developers from building on open spaces either inside existing urban areas or in the countryside.
He said it may be the case they prove less controversial than wind turbines, although the Council for the Protection of Rural England has raised concerns about the impact of solar parks there.
The Council for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) said families must have their say now or risk a deluge of development that will ruin the area.
Kate Gordon, of the Council for the Protection of Rural England, said: "We support eco-towns, but they must be in the right place and developed in the right way."
The Council for the Protection of Rural England has also objected because of the impact of the turbines on the landscape.
Light pollution is on the increase, according to a report from the Council for the Protection of Rural England. The phenomenon, which inhibits our view of the cosmos, was first highlighted during National Astronomy Week in 1990.
The Campaign to Protect Rural England, formerly known as the Council for the Protection of Rural England, has warned that the 'priceless quality' of countryside character is slowly being destroyed.
The Council for the Protection of Rural England, who produced the charts, today launched a campaign calling for a reduction in the amount of outdoor lighting.
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