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Thursday, 05 May 2016 14:34

Thanks to branch trustees at AGM

CPRE members joined local branch volunteers at its AGM on a sunny Saturday afternoon on 23rd April at Parkside Hall in Ampthill.

Which people and projects are making a difference to the environment in Bedfordshire?

CPRE Bedfordshire has objected to a development that includes over 200 dwellings plus retirement homes and office premises on the outskirts of Sandy. 

CPRE Bedfordshire’s latest magazine is now available with news and views from your local CPRE branch. 

CPRE Bedfordshire is bringing together a partnership of parishes impacted by the now approved North of Luton Framework Plan.

Branch very concerned by draft Local Plan.

Luton Borough Council’s ‘pre-submission’ version of its local plan (2011 – 2031) was the subject of consultation in autumn 2015.

Bedford Borough's Local Plan 2032 consultation includes huge figure of 17,367 new homes. 

CPRE Bedfordshire has made an objection to plans for industrial development at Thorn Turn, north of Dunstable, which incorporates a waste park, highways maintenance depot and outline consent for commercial development. 

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