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10th August 2022 - updated

Dorset CPRE and Dorset Deserves Better alliance ask for more community consultation as Dorset Council delays Local Plan

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Sunday, 10 April 2022 17:03

Landscapes Review Consultation

8th April 2022

Dorset CPRE welcomed the opportunity to input to the Government’s consultation on its response to the Glover Review of Landscapes

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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. 

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13th January 2022

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

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18th November 2021

PR-2 Some 56% of Dorset is designated as Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), more than any other county in England.

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6th April 2020

ADVEARSE has, overall, lost its judicial review of West Dorset Council’s outline planning permission

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Thursday, 26 September 2019 14:27

Latest news on ADVEARSE Legal Case

4th October 2019

We are delighted that at an oral hearing in Cardiff yesterday the judge gave ADVEARSE the go head for a full judicial review

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Wednesday, 28 August 2019 09:12

Latest news on ADVEARSE Legal Case

27th August 2019

A judge has declined ADVEARSE’s initial application to proceed with a judicial review (JR) of the Vearse Farm urban extension

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17th June 2019

ADVEARSE are raising funds for a judicial review. Vearse Farm is set to be the biggest development ever to be built on AONB land.

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Tuesday, 30 April 2019 15:22

Letter to local election candidates

26th April 2019

Peter Neal has written to those nominated for election as a Councillor for Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole Council and Dorset Council ahead of the 2nd May council elections.

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