About us

Cornwall CPRE is an independent charity and our policies and objectives are to protect Rural Cornwall.  We are financially independent and separate from National CPRE, but we liaise and work with them on matters of common interest.  We share a CPRE logo but our policies and purposes may sometimes be different to accommodate the often unique needs of Cornwall.  Our core mission is to care for and protect Cornwall’s countryside and rural way of life.  We have local events such as tree planting, tours and countryside walks. 

If you require assistance with a planning case, you do not need to be a member because our first priority is to protect the Cornish countryside.  It is likely we will be able to provide help or advice. However, your support as a donor, member or as a volunteer will help us to do this more effectively. If you are able to help us with a donation, please use this link. https://www.cprecornwall.org/donation/

OUR PURPOSE

  1. To uphold the traditional values of the CPRE by monitoring and opposing planning proposals which are damaging to our Cornish landscapes, rural way of life and wildlife
  2. To lobby Councillors, MPs and Ministers, to pursue the development of environmentally sound legislation on planning, good agricultural practice and public transport
  3. To encourage the development of brown field sites, the re-occupation of empty and under-occupied second homes along with the building of affordable homes in locations where there is work, transport and community
  4. To actively oppose the indiscriminate building of roads, along with the increase of road traffic and its causes
  5. To welcome holidaymakers and visitors, within the reasonable infrastructure and environmental limitations of Cornwall
  6. To encourage agricultural, craft and rural industries, including working from home and all-year-round employment
  7. To support Cornish food production, on land or around our coasts, village life, planting of trees, community projects and rural events

Contact details:-

Chairman: Richard Stubbs:  Cornwall CPRE, Morvah House, Chywoone Hill, Penzance. TR18 5AP