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Unleash potential of rooftop solar to tackle energy crisis, CPRE urges Chancellor

Unleash potential of rooftop solar to tackle energy crisis, CPRE urges Chancellor

Thursday 17 November 2022

Changes to planning policy could turbocharge the rollout of solar energy and help reduce reliance on gas at little or no cost to the public purse, analysis by CPRE, the countryside charity, has shown. Ahead of the Autumn Statement, CPRE is urging the government to target rooftops, car parks and brownfield sites for a rapid […] Read more >

‘Greenest Budget desperately needed but not delivered’

‘Greenest Budget desperately needed but not delivered’

Wednesday 3 March 2021

Today’s Budget (Wednesday, March 3) represents a missed opportunity to help tackle the climate emergency, according to CPRE, the countryside charity. Responding to the 2021 Budget Statement, Crispin Truman, chief executive of CPRE, the countryside charity, said: “The Chancellor’s Budget simply doesn’t add up – the government can’t claim to have a ‘real commitment to green […] Read more >

How the Chancellor’s ‘mini-Budget’ missed the mark on transport and housing

How the Chancellor’s ‘mini-Budget’ missed the mark on transport and housing

Friday 31 July 2020

CPRE, the countryside charity, has said that Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s ‘mini-Budget’ missed the mark on transport and housing. The Chancellor had been aiming to revive the economy through his A Plan for Jobs mini-Budget, announced earlier this month, but Tom Fyans, CPRE campaigns and policy director, said: “While we have seen promising starts on energy […] Read more >