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Here you will find the major news stories that we are taking an active interest in.

CPRE London's response to the Mayor's Draft Transport Strategy welcoming the 'healthy streets' approach and calling for stronger action to reduce noise and reclaim redundant car space.

Our new report presents evidence showing we don’t need to build on green spaces to solve the housing crisis. 

Green space campaigners give evidence that demonstrates Redbridge Council’s plans to release Green Belt for housing are completely unnecessary.

Our report May 2017: The Strongest Protection – one year on gives analysis and details of threats to London’s protected Green Belt and Metropolitan Open Land.

The London Branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) welcomed Neil Sinden as its new Director from 1 April 2017. For the past 18 months Neil has been working as a consultant based in the Wyre Forest about 20 miles west of Birmingham.  Previously he was Policy and Campaigns Director at CPRE National Office for many years. He has lived in east London for over 25 years where he was a committee member of the Friends of Mile End Park.

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