Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Campaign to Protect Rural England

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We welcome the decision by Cambridgeshire County Council to refuse planning permission for a waste incinerator at Waterbeach.

The government have selected the western corridor route, 'corridor B', as its preferred route for the proposed expressway between Oxford and Cambridge. 

The Great Ouse Valley is a 69 sq km area between Earith and the Huntingdon Racecourse. This distinct landscape is home to great flood meadows, large lakes, wildlife sites and idyllic footpaths.

Friday, 16 March 2018 16:14

Rejected - AgriTech park, Hinxton

Written by Shirley Fieldhouse

South Cambs District Council has refused outline planning permission for an AgriTech park near Hinxton.

Tuesday, 27 February 2018 09:00

Welcome to our new chairman, Alan James

Written by Ali Sargent
Alan James Alan James has been appointed Chairman of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE).
Sunday, 24 December 2017 10:30

Eyes and Ears anniversary

Written by Tracey Hipson

Eyes and Ears is three! Learn more about this volunteer scheme.

At our annual general meeting, Dr Alan James spoke about the impacts of climate change globally, in the UK and in Cambridgeshire in particular. 

Local food: your pocket guide This pocket-sized guide will help you find local food and the best reason to buy it.

Countryside campaigners fear proposals to create a ‘Silicon Valley’ spanning Cambridge, Milton Keynes and Oxford will swallow up villages, destroy countryside and lead to massive ribbon development along the 80 mile stretch, without being subject to either democratic or independent scrutiny.

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