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Helping to make the best use of land in the Liverpool City Region

Helping to make the best use of land in the Liverpool City Region

How could a “brownfield first” approach help us make the best use of land in the Liverpool City Region?  This was the challenge posed to Zoe Nixon and Aidan Semple, two students from the University of Liverpool, as part of an internship programme for the Liverpool City Region Year of the Environment.

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CPRE Lancashire seeks part-time Planning Manager

CPRE Lancashire seeks part-time Planning Manager

CPRE Lancashire seeks an experienced planner for a new part-time role, to provide technical support and training to CPRE planning volunteers across Lancashire, Liverpool City Region and Greater Manchester, as well as directly handling some priority planning issues. This is a paid, home-based role, 2.5 days per week. Closing date: 31st January 2020.

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Brain, Body & Biodiversity; Reasons to protect our green spaces

Brain, Body & Biodiversity; Reasons to protect our green spaces

CPRE Lancashire volunteer Amelia Furness, who is a student at the University of Liverpool, has written an article for us highlighting the importance of the countryside, urban green spaces and the Green Belt. 

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CPRE releases manifesto for the next government

CPRE releases manifesto for the next government

The December 12th election is a chance for all of us to demand that our precious countryside and urban green spaces are at the forefront of decision making - whether that be looking at the climate emergency, building new homes, public transport or the importance of local foods. 

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