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Tuesday, 17 May 2022 09:14

The Dorset Review Spring 2022

17th May 2022

The Spring 2022 edition of our magazine 'The Dorset Review' with article on the Stour Valley Park, Why is Dorset so slow putting solar panels on roofs? and updates from our local groups.

Published in Resources

25th March 2022

The Issues and Options Consultation appears to be well designed to facilitate public comments.

Published in Current news

28th January 2022

PR-4Dorset CPRE welcomes yesterday’s statement from Councillor Spencer Flower as it shows a willingness to develop a Local Plan more suited to Dorset and its residents. 

Published in Current news

13th January 2022

PR-3: Dorset Council Report confirms plans for excessive housing target unjustifiable

Published in Current news

17th December 2021

The author of the one page summary is a member of the Dorset CPRE Planning Group

Published in Resources
Friday, 29 October 2021 12:31

The Dorset Review Autumn 2021

29th October 2021

Autumn edition of our magazine 'The Dorset Review' with Re-Think of Dorset Local Plan, Farming report, Ospreys in Poole Harbour, "Litter-free artwork" and updates from our local groups.

Published in Resources
Wednesday, 19 May 2021 13:54

The Dorset Review Spring 2021

19th May 2021

Spring edition of our 28 page magazine 'The Dorset Review', PDF copy now available to download.

Published in Resources
Wednesday, 10 March 2021 12:30

Dorset CPRE's response to Dorset Local Plan

17th March 2021

Dorset CPRE's Response, including District Groups, to Dorset Local Plan Consultation including suggestions for key changes.

Published in Current news
Tuesday, 02 February 2021 12:02

Dorset CPRE calls for a truly Local Plan

16th February 2021

Dorset needs a Local Plan that meets the needs of local people, communities and businesses.

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Wednesday, 27 January 2021 16:34

Dorset CPRE Slams Council Local Plan

29th January 2021

Dorset CPRE regrets that the Dorset Council has not adequately consulted communities before it issued its draft Local Plan.

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