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Devon’s Housing Need Evidence Report. September 2018


Launched at a packed seminar in Tiverton on 12th October 2018, this independent report by Opinion Research Services (ORS) provides the real facts about Devon’s housing needs.

The comprehensive data includes housing projections, targets, costs and tenure, numbers planned and population trends across the entire County. This brand new CPRE Devon commissioned research cuts a swathe through official figures and, for the first time, reveals the truth about Devon’s REAL housing needs. It should be a valuable resource to anyone interested in housing throughout the County.

Available free of charge to our members or to non members to buy – at £36. Cheques payable to CPRE Devon, or pay us on line – details: Royal Bank of Scotland, Sort Code: 83-04-25, Account: 1934 3131

We would very much welcome new members and those joining will receive the reports as part of their new membership package. Please contact us and find out how many new homes are REALLY needed in Devon.

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A Review of Government Housing Policy & Its Impacts on Devon. September 2018

Launched at our Seminar in Tiverton on 12th October, this new, comprehensive report by Dr Phillip Bratby, examines the evidence behind the Government’s housing policy. This excellent report is available for a donation of £10 – cheque payable to CPRE Devon or pay on line – Royal Bank of Scotland, Sort Code: 83-04-25, Account: 1934 3131. Please contact us with your details and we will post you a copy.

Icons of England

£10.00 +pp

Following the success of A Portrait of England this book focuses on icons that are quintessentially English. Published in association with the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) and introduced by our former President, Bill Bryson, this beautifully designed tome is a a celebration of our shared rural heritage. Icons of England combines stunning photography and quotes, poetry, reminiscences and celebrity anecdotes.

22 Ideas that Saved the English Countryside: The Campaign to Protect Rural England

£12.00 +pp

This book celebrates the achievements of the CPRE and associated groups in bequeathing to the present generation a countryside that is still a repository of beauty and tranquillity, despite 300 years of sustained development and population growth.

 

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