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CPRE Lancashire has released three new Brownfield Toolkits, available to download from this website, to support communities in highlighting brownfield sites in their local area, both to reduce development pressure on the countryside and to encourage the regeneration of unsightly or derelict sites.

Peel Ports has created two deep sea berths capable of accommodating the largest container ships in existence in a project known as Liverpool2. The huge cranes imported from China to service these berths have transformed the Liverpool skyline and are visible for miles on the approach to Liverpool.

Monday, 02 April 2018 19:09

Spring/Summer 2018 newsletter

Our Lancashire Voice Spring/Summer 2018.

CPRE Lancashire has made the representations to Liverpool City Council Consultation on the Submission Draft Liverpool Local Plan 2013-2033.

Lancashire: a journey into the wild, was initiated in 2008 by Senior Conservation Officer, John Lamb, and takes you on a journey through the most important, largest and most accessible wildlife sites in modern Lancashire, habitat by habitat, from the uplands down to the coast.

CPRE Lancashire strongly objected to a proposal for a new floodlit football facility with café and other associated development at Turn Moss Playing Fields in Stretford. 

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