CPRE adds its support to the ‘Outdoors for All’ manifesto

CPRE has joined 35 other leading national governing bodies and environmental organisations to support the “Outdoors for All” a manifesto, launched on 13th December, which seeks to extend responsible access to more green and blue spaces.

The Outdoors For All coalition calls for new legislation to open up more of our countryside, including waterways, woodland, riversides and downland…

Cambridge Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) – why we’re saying no to its relocation to Honey Hill

Honey Hill by Andy Field

Honey Hill by Andy Field

In November we wrote to the Planning Inspectorate outlining our objections to Anglian Water’s proposal to relocate the Cambridge WWTP from Milton to Honey Hill, which is in the Cambridge Green Belt. We’ve previously responded to Anglian…

Owlstone Croft, Cambridge: Public Inquiry grants planning permission

We were disappointed to learn that the Public Inquiry has overturned the decision made by Cambridge City Council to refuse the planning application made by Queen’s College, Cambridge to develop Owlstone Croft. The appeal decision can be read here.