Campaign for National Parks

The Campaign for National Parks (CNP, formerly Council for National Parks) is a national charity that campaigns to protect and promote National Parks.

5-11 Lavington Street
London
SE1 0NZ
UK
Website: www.cnp.org.uk/
Email: info@cnp.org.uk
Tel: 020 7981 0890

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Losing track: the impact of rail privatisation on National Parks 1993 Green
Military training: a conflict of principle in our National Parks 1991 Green
National Parks for life: an agenda for action 1997 Green
National Parks for life: not ours, but ours to look after 1996 Green
Natural assets: mineral working in National Parks 1993 Green
Power and the parks 1993 Green
Saw points: protecting hedges, trees, woodlands, and orchards 1991 Green
Tackling traffic - sustainable leisure transport in national parks 2006 Green
Tourist complexes in National Parks 1988 Green
Wild by design in the National Parks of England and Wales 1999 Green
BRP Planning and national parks 2006 Green
BRP Renewable energy and energy efficiency 2006 Green
PPS Energy infrastructure 2014 Green
PPS Minerals 2015 Green
PPS Transport 2015 Green

 

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