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Our recent polling shows that millenials and Londoners are most likely to vote with the countryside and green spaces in mind.   As the General Election approaches politicians of all parties would do well to heed these findings.

Three in four Londoners say that protecting green spaces, including the Green Belt, is important to them - more than in any other region.  

Following the publication of the Inspectors Report on the draft London Plan we have written formally to the Mayor of London asking him to stand firm on his commitment to protect the Green Belt and Metropolitan Open Land. 

CPRE London today (Wednesday) is calling for an independent review of aviation with a view to implementing a phased closure programme of London City Airport to unlock the development potential of this seriously blighted part of London's former Docklands.  This comes as consultation on controversial and widely opposed proposals for expansion of the airport draws to a close on Friday 18 October. 

CPRE London responded to the Kingston Local Plan consultation in July 2019 raising concerns about indications that the Borough may be considering allocating protected Green Belt and/or Metropolitan Open Land for development. 

New scorecard shows wide variation between London boroughs’ progress towards the Mayor’s key transport targets

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