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Heathrow’s new flightpaths are “unacceptable”

Heathrow’s new flightpaths are “unacceptable”
CPRE Surrey has expressed “serious concerns” about the potential impact of proposed new Heathrow flight paths on the environment of North Surrey, particularly on Green Belt countryside. CPRE Surrey’s Tim Murphy says: “The consequences of an expanded Heathrow will be that North Surrey residents and visitors will be subject to far more flights at much lower altitudes than they experience at present. For example, here in Epsom & Ewell, the constituency of Transport Secretary Chris Grayling, we will experience up to 47 additional flights per hour for arrivals and an additional 17 flights per hour for...
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Out now! New issue of CPRE’s Surrey Voice!

Out now! New issue of CPRE’s Surrey Voice!

The Autumn 2018 edition of SURREY VOICE, the magazine of the Surrey Branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England, is out now, with all the latest news and commentary on the fight to save Surrey’s countryside.

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Summer issue of Surrey Voice out now!

Summer issue of Surrey Voice out now!

The Summer 2018 issue of Surrey Voice, the CPRE Surrey members’ magazine, is out now – with all the latest news and views about CPRE’s work to defend Surrey’s countryside and Green Belt. 

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CPRE Surrey Branch Annual Meeting 2018

CPRE Surrey Branch Annual Meeting 2018

The annual general meeting of CPRE Surrey Branch will take place at Tyrrells Wood Golf Club, The Drive, Leatherhead KT22 8QP on Tuesday 3rd July 2018, starting at 6.30pm. The guest speaker will be Christine Drury, Chair of CPRE Kent, who will speak on The North Downs Way: 40 Years of the National Trail.

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Autumn issue of Surrey Voice out now!

Autumn issue of Surrey Voice out now!

The Autumn 2017 issue of CPRE’s magazine Surrey Voice is out now, with news, views and comment from across Surrey. Copies can be obtained from our Leatherhead office and a pdf version can be downloaded here: 

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