CPRE's new maps show more than a third of people can’t easily enjoy England’s most beautiful countryside
Here in Herefordshire we benefit from being close to 2 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) - The Malvern Hills and The Wye Valley, but not everyone is so lucky.
CPRE Star Count From 2nd to 9th February CPRE is calling on amateur astronomers and anyone else who is interested in the night sky to take part in the 2019 Star...
If you visit this page on Herefordshire Council's website you can get details on the proposed latest consultations -- on the Hereford Transport Package which "includes the proposed Hereford Bypass and...
Organisations within the county working to preserve and support the tranquillity of Herefordshire’s countryside could get a financial boost from HCPRE's small grant fund.
CPRE gave a cautious welcome to draft clauses for the Environment Bill published 19 December by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).
Defra have announced their consultation paper on proposals to demand that development should demonstrate a net gain in biodiversity, preferably on-site but off-site if mitigation isn't possible. . .
A new report from National CPRE highlights the important role farmers play as guardians of the soil, and explains some innovative new approaches.
We've been advising campaigners opposing a controversial and expanding 'lambing shed', complete with a retrospective planning application for a wood-burner (to warm the lambs!).
Excellent news that both Ledbury and Peterstow overwhelmingly voted 'Yes', giving the NDP some weight when planning applications are considered and therefore giving local people's views some weight.
A Government Briefing Paper looking at key trends in the affordability of different tenure types suggests that in addition to a crisis in housing supply, England is in the grip...