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Wirral Conservation Volunteers and pupils of the Woodchurch High School, financially supported by the Wirral Society, held a hedgelaying and tree-planting day in Woodchurch Road, Birkenhead, in November.

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CPRE’s new report makes it clear that the Green Belt is still under severe pressure across the country, but the vast majority of the planned 460,000 homes to be sited on land that is currently in the Green Belt will not be affordable.

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The Lancashire Branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) held a second public meeting on 20 March to discuss the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework (GMSF), currently under review.

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Tuesday, 25 July 2017 10:20

WATCH: #OurGreenBelt

Green Belt is the countryside next door to 30 million people. Watch CPRE’s new video to find out more about why it's so cherished.

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425,000 houses now planned for Green Belt, of which more than 70% are unaffordable.

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The Lancashire and Cheshire branches of CPRE along with the Friends of the Peak District have submitted a response to the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework.

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Our Chairman Andrew Needham spoke to journalist Helen Mark for Open Country on Radio 4 broadcast 1st September.

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The Lancashire and Cheshire branches of CPRE along with the Friends of the Peak District will consider the draft document very carefully to ensure that any growth in the Greater Manchester region is “intelligently” planned.

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Dunham Massey in summer