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16th February 2023

The Dorset Local Plan will set the pattern of housing and other development for the next 20-30 years. It will shape our communities and play a vital role in the future of Dorset.

Published in Current news

16th November 2022

In advance of the Autumn Statement, CPRE is urging the Chancellor to turbo charge rooftop solar to help tackle the energy crisis.

Published in Current news
Wednesday, 26 October 2022 13:21

The Dorset Review Autumn 2022

28th October 2022

The autumn 2022 edition of our magazine 'The Dorset Review' with articles on the Can Local People afford to live in Dorset?, Dorset Village Shops: Where Now? and results of our member survey.

Published in Resources
Tuesday, 04 October 2022 14:26

The Government's New Investment Zones

29th September 2022

On 23rd September, Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng set out major plans to grow the UK economy by, among other measures, creating a range of ‘investment zones’ whereby regulations and processes would be sped up or watered down to ensure fast-tracked development.

Published in Current news
Tuesday, 13 September 2022 12:35

Two new Dorset CPRE Reports on Renewable Energy

12th September 2022

Installations of National Significance and Role of Roof-Mounted Solar Photovoltaic Installations in 2050 Electricity Generation

Published in Current news
Saturday, 10 September 2022 14:58

Our Queen, our patron: the end of an era

9th September 2022

We mourn the loss of Queen Elizabeth II

Published in Current news

10th August 2022 - updated

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

Published in Current news
Monday, 18 July 2022 10:05

CPRE Hedgerow survey for farmers

11th July 2022

CPRE Hedgerow survey for farmers

Published in Current news
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.

Published in Current news

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