CPRE

The Surrey Branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) is a voice for everyone who wishes to save our countryside and open spaces. We work to defend the Green Belt and to ensure that development is kept within sustainable limits. We strive to protect our country lanes and protect the unique character of Surrey’s villages and towns.

Surrey is the most heavily wooded county in England and more than 70 per cent of its area is Green Belt. Yet now the pressure for development is threatening many of our remaining green spaces. The Surrey countryside will continue to be eroded by development unless we rally to its defence. That is why we are inviting you to explore our website, and if you agree with us, join the CPRE

Guildford Council ‘failing in its duty to defend the Green Belt’

Guildford Council ‘failing in its duty to defend the Green Belt’

CPRE Surrey Branch opposes Guildford Borough Council's plans for large-scale housing development in the countryside arou... Read more
Have your say on Mole Valley Local Plan

Have your say on Mole Valley Local Plan

Mole Valley District Council is consulting on its draft Local Plan and is holding a series of public meetings and exhibi... Read more
Come to Painshill Park on 21 June to hear CPRE’s National Chairman

Come to Painshill Park on 21 June to hear CPRE’s National Chairman

The Annual General Meeting of CPRE Surrey Branch will take place at Painshill Park, Cobham, on Wednesday 21st June 2017,... Read more
General Election 2017: CPRE calls on candidates to endorse its Manifesto for Surrey

General Election 2017: CPRE calls on candidates to endorse its Manifesto for Surrey

The Surrey Branch of CPRE has issued a "Manifesto for Surrey" setting out policies to protect our countryside and Green ...
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