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19th October 2023

Dorset CPRE responds to the DLUHC consultation on major reforms to the Local Plan process.

Published in Current news

23rd May 2023

A major new CPRE report has found that over half the solar panels needed to hit national net zero targets could be fitted on rooftops and in car parks.

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Monday, 24 April 2023 11:45

Letter to local BCP election candidates

24th April 2023

Dorset CPRE has written to candidates nominated for election as a councillor for Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole Council ahead of the 4th May council elections.

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Wednesday, 20 July 2022 09:46

CPRE research on food security

20th July 2022

We call for land strategy and new planning rules to guard food security.

Published in Current news

27th May 2022

Just a relatively modest increase in investment in our Green Belts would see significant benefit for nearly half the population.

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7th May 2022

Apparent misunderstanding concerning a planning application for another 550 dwellings on green fields in Poole

Published in Current news
Friday, 02 November 2018 15:04

Housing targets in Dorset are too high

2nd November 2018

Housing targets across Dorset’s local planning areas are between 30% and 40% more than the demographic analysis would suggest

Published in Current news

28th September 2018

The historic county town of Dorchester in Dorset is under threat from a huge development that will see the population of the historic town increase by 35% - swallowing up hundreds of acres of beautiful countryside.

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13th August 2018

Ever since August last year when North Dorset District Council (NDDC) admitted that its housing land had fallen well below the government required five years supply, a spate of speculative schemes has been launched by housing developers.

Published in Current news

6th August 2018

The Green Belt remains under severe pressure, despite government commitments to its protection, according to a new report from the CPRE.

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