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Massive Chiltern development rejected

We are delighted that Wycombe District Council, Bucks, has rejected an application from West Waddy ADP to build up to 140 dwellings at Little Studdridge Farm, south of Stokenchurch in… Read More

Environment charities welcome 25 Year Environment Plan, but Environment Act needs to secure its success

The Open Spaces Society has joined other organisations represented by Wildlife & Countryside Link in welcoming the Prime Minister’s commitments on the environment and the UK Government’s long awaited 25… Read More

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The government’s 25-year plan for the environment

We are pleased that the government has at last published its 25-year plan for the environment.  It has many fine ambitions, which we applaud, and now we should like to… Read More

Roxlena: Long use and the 2001 foot-and-mouth disease outbreak

Cumbria County Council has successfully defended in the High Court [Roxlena Ltd, R (On the Application Of) v Cumbria County Council], its decision to make a definitive map modification order… Read More

The Open Spaces Society is Britain’s oldest national conservation body, founded in 1865.