Consultation Responses and Campaign Statements 2008
The CBA responds to Towards a nuclear national policy statement: response to BERR consultation on the strategic siting assessment process and siting criteria for new nuclear power stations in the UK. The Government’s response (PDF | 2.0MB) was published in January 2009.
The CBA responds to the ‘Future of Stonehenge’ consultation on options for Environmental Improvements and the Management Plan Review for the World Heritage Site (9 October).
The Government Response to the Culture, Media and Sport Committee Reports on the Draft Heritage Protection Bill (see July) and Draft Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Bill has been published (20 October).
The CBA signs on to the Wildlife and Countryside Link response to DEFRA’s Common Agricultural Policy Health Check consultation (PDF | 64KB).
The CBA responds to the CLG consultation on the protection of World Heritage Sites (PDF | 93KB).
The Culture, Media and Sport committee’s report (PDF 218KB) on the Draft Heritage Protection Bill has been published, including the CBA’s and TAF’s written and oral evidence.
The CBA supports the launch of the Wetland Vision – a 50-year vision for England’s wetland landscapes: securing a future for nature, people and the historic environment. Download the Wetland Vision Advocacy Report (1.03MB | PDF) and the full Wetland Vision Technical Document report here (3.1MB | PDF)
The CBA signs on to Wildlife and Countryside Link’s letter to the Secretaries of State on Sub National Review.
The CBA responds to the DCMS consultation on the Draft Heritage Protection Bill.
The CBA responds to the DEFRA consultation on the Draft Marine Bill.
The CBA signs on to Wildlife and Countryside Link’s response to the CLG consultation on ‘Eco-towns: Living a Greener Future’.
The CBA signs on to Wildlife and Countryside Link’s response to the CLG consultation on ‘Prosperous Place: Taking Forward the Review of Sub National Economic Development and Regeneration’.
The CBA submits written evidence to the Culture Media and Sport Committee’s (DCMS’) Inquiry into the Draft Heritage Protection Bill. A link will be provided to the published evidence considered by the Committee when it becomes available.
The CBA responds to DEFRA’s consultation on future priorities for the ALSF in 2008–2011.
The CBA signs on to Wildlife and Countryside Link’s position statement on the Government’s proposals for Eco-Towns.
The CBA signs on to Wildlife and Countryside Link’s submission to the EU’s Budget Review consultation.
Expansion at Heathrow Airport – the Joint Committee of National Amenity Societies (JCNAS) writes to object to the unacceptable scale of proposed damage to listed buildings, monuments, archaeological sites, historic settlements and landscapes which would result from the airport development plans.
The CBA supports Wildlife and Countryside Link’s launch in the House of Lords of Beyond the Pillars, their policy perspective on the future of the Common Agricultural Policy
The CBA signs on to Wildlife and Countryside Link’s response to the CLG consultation on Planning Policy Statement 4: Planning for Sustainable Economic Development.
The CBA signs on to the response from Wildlife and Countryside Link to the consultation on the CAP Healthcheck.
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