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Housing and planning

9 steps to influence a planning application

CPRE's Friends of the Peak District has put together a very useful guide for responding to planning applications and we have tailored it for use in our area.

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Affordable Housing Keeps Villages alive

This brochure considers the need for affordable housing in rural communities and how it can be built to best meet the needs of local people in the long term. Prepared by the National Housing Federation in conjunction with CPRE and other partners.

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CPRE Lancashire Brownfield Land Register Toolkit

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.

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Environmental impact assessments

Environmental Impact Assessments

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Green Belts in England: Key facts

A series of factsheets on England's 14 Green Belts

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Local plans

CPRE can provide support and guidance to members of the public who wish to make their own comments on their local plans.

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Looking after heritage through the planning system

CPRE Kent has produced an extemely helpful new guide to protecting our heritage.

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Neighbourhood planning

Our guide to neighbuorhood planning will help you to get involved and shape where you live.

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Planning hotline

We are pleased report the opening of a new planning hotline. 

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Responding to planning applications

This booklet gives an easy to follow, step-by-step guide to responding to a local planning application.

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