A new briefing and map published by The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) highlights major new threats to England’s Green Belts. The publication of the map and briefing paper comes two years after the Government’s pledge to ‘maintain protection of the Green Belt’.
The Green Belt Threats map (http://bit.ly/TS77q4
The Green Belt Threats to Sefton: Sefton: 3,960 dwellings plus 25 hectares warehousing
CPRE is publishing a new campaign guide which is aimed at helping local people to protect the Green Belt. The campaign guide explains the key aspects of the new national planning policy, cuts through the jargon of local plan reviews and developer proposals, and provides key campaigning tips.
CPRE is encouraging people to write to Eric Pickles and ask him to stand up for the Green Belt: http://bit.ly/NDoSKY
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