Cpre Cornwall

Cpre Cornwall

Charity information

Cpre Cornwall

We campaign for a beautiful and living Cornwall. We work to protect, promote and enhance our towns, coast and countryside to make them better places to live, work and enjoy. We influence development in Cornwall to ensure that the coast and countryside is protected for future generations, retaining its historical and cultural distinctiveness.

We do this through planning, campaigning and lobbying activity.

Founded 1929

  • Mission statement

    CPRE Cornwall wants a beautiful, tranquil and diverse countryside that everyone can value and enjoy; a working countryside that enriches our quality of life, as well as providing us with crucial natural resources.

    Our goal is to ensure that Cornwall follows a model of landscape protection and development that is in harmony with local and environmental need.

  • Aims

    Cpre Cornwall aims to:

    • We want a countryside that is used and valued by everyone, and where people are in tune with the environment and aware of their impact on it.
    • Planning decisions affect us all, yet we often have very little input. We want planning to be fairer, engage communities and protect the countryside as well as regenerate our towns and villages.
    • We support the provision of local housing to meet local need, believe that housing should be affordable for local people to buy or rent, and that it should be built on brownfield first.
    • We need to better plan our transport so that new housing, jobs, shops and services are placed close to public transport or within easy walking or cycling distance.
    • We support action to tackle climate change by encouraging a reduction in overall consumption and being more efficient with what we use.
  • Overview

    Established: April 1929

    Registered Charity Number: 218344

    Board members: 5

    Part time staff: 1

    Volunteers: 5

    Phone number: 0845 2694501

    Address: 2 Akankoo Cottages TR3 7BW

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