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Janet Allen

Janet Allen

Open Letter to Chiltern and South Bucks Council

Saturday, 05 October 2019 11:47

October 2019 Newsletter

CPRE Bucks October 2019 Newsletter

CPRE Bucks supports the view of CPRE National Office head of strategic plans Paul Miner who says: 

We fear that the government's announcement of the expressway route will lead to major new development being planned in open coutryside all along it. This route will be particularly damaging because it crosses tranquil, unspoilt countryside , threatening characterful villages and many important wildlife sites. The lack of meaningful public consultation to date means that local communities are facing an unwanted road that that will also increase traffic pollution. We continue to question the need for the expressway and the rationale for rejecting the less damaging 'route C' option which would make better use of existing roads. CPRE is calling for a full Parliamentary Select Committee Inquiry into the proposals , and a Strategic Environmental Assessment that looks at the impacts of both the proposed housing and transport developement in a holistic manner. 


Tuesday, 13 November 2018 10:56

Annual report 2017/18

Tuesday, 13 November 2018 10:46

Autumn Newsletter 2018

Wednesday, 24 October 2018 14:56

Autumn Newsletter 2018

Tuesday, 07 August 2018 11:27

Alarming Green Belt Erosion

August 2018

The government is failing in its commitment to protect the Green Belt. 460,000 houses planned on released Green Belt. CPRE’s new report.

Wednesday, 25 July 2018 15:53

Neighbourhood Plans Update

July 2018

Neighbourhood Plans are the best way for communites to influence and shape development.  Find out which places in Bucks are currently working on a plan.

Thursday, 21 June 2018 15:01

Facing a Planning Threat

Facing a local planning threat?

Have you heard about a development that threatens the countryside?


Get in touch! This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and let us know your concerns. We can only consider significant development proposals; that is proposals that are significant in size and/or impact on the countryside, but let us know and we will advise if we can support you.


Put it on the map! Our Protect Buckinghamshire Map features information on most of the development we've heard about. If your threat is already shown on the map, please check that we've got the info right. If it's not there, or if needs updating, pleaseThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to let us know the details.


Get active. The CPRE have put together this excellent website, Planning Help, to help you understand the planning process, including eight simple steps to guide you through commenting on a planning application.

Take a look at your Local Plan. This sets out the guidelines your local authority has set for development in your area. Does the development you're concerned contradict the standards and priorities established in your Local Plan?

If you have particular concerns, contact your local councillor or MP. This website, WriteToThem, can provide you with useful contact details.


Spread the word. Contact your friends. If you're good at social media, we have a Twitter stream and a Facebook page that you can post to. Or write to your local newspaper.


Join us! Together we can protect this county's unique countryside.

Tuesday, 29 May 2018 10:11

Privacy Policy

CPRE Bucks works to protect, promote and enhance our towns and countryside to make them better places to live, work and enjoy. We could not do this without support from people like you, and we are committed to protecting both your data and your privacy. We are a branch of the National CPRE organisation, operating through a separate company and charitable registration – charity reg 1163356. Members of CPRE are allocated to branches according to where they live, or their expressed choice. The only personal information held on members, allocated by the national organisation, is that provided when completing the membership form. Therefore, you may wish to be aware of the national privacy policy available on their website here

Membership lists retained by CPRE Bucks are only held for the current year. We have implemented security measures to ensure that your personal information is protected. Under GDPR regulations, effective from 25 May 2018, we consider that we have a legitimate interest in contacting you, by post, for the following purposes:

• Newsletter, two to three times per year.

• Occasional contact to inform you of our activities, which may include appeals for support.

• Annual appeal for funds, to add to the contribution we receive from your annual membership fee.

• AGM notices and other legal documents

• Specific campaigns we engage in from time to time, to fulfil our objectives as an independent charity.

Where a member has provided an email address, unless otherwise advised, this will be our primary method of contact. As from the 25 May 2018 this can only be done with your consent and national office have requested this. We hope members will consent to be contacted in this way, it helps keep the costs of the charity to a minimum. Email circulation is done by Mailchimp and their privacy policy is available here

We do use Facebook and Twitter to provide information and members who access these should be aware of their privacy policies, as users of these particular sites.

As a CPRE supporter, you have control over the accuracy of your personal information. If, at any time, you wish to verify, update or amend the personal information you have provided, please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or write to us at: CPRE Buckinghamshire, 6 Centre Parade, Place Farm Way, Monks Risborough, HP27 9JS.

Our website gives further information about our work, including a donate facility run by Charities Aid Foundation, who will collect such information as is necessary to process your donation, including gift aid if appropriate. Their Privacy Policy is available here

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