The Save Honey Hill Group is always keen to create links with other groups both locally and nationally who like us are keen to protect the Green Belt and keep developers in check.
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Here are a selection of bodies who have offered their support to our campaign so far or at the very least have expressed their concerns about the Cambridge Waste Water Treatment Plant Relocation (CWWTPR) and the North East Cambridge Area Action Plan (NECAAP) which drives it. You can view some of their responses to CWWTPR, NECAAP and related projects/consultations.
Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) – Cambridgeshire and Peterborough branch of CPRE
“We campaign nationally and locally for positive solutions for the long-term future of the countryside. Nationally, we produce in-depth research and sound arguments to press the government, Parliament and other decision-makers to support the countryside – by safeguarding precious Green Belts, promoting urban renewal and restricting development on greenfield sites, campaigning for the protection of our most important national landscapes as well as the countryside on our doorstep.”
“South Cambridgeshire Green Party is part of a network of local groups affiliated to the Green Party of England & Wales. Our campaigning and other activities cover the District of South Cambridgeshire, a largely rural area surrounding the city of Cambridge. “
“We campaign for a healthier, freer, cleaner city in a fair and sustainable Britain. We stand up for the environment, electoral reform and the common good.”
“Challenging environmentally damaging activities and policies by promoting sustainable alternatives”
“Friends of the Cam are a Cambridge based campaigning group committed to restoring the health of the river Cam and its tributaries for the benefit of nature. We are pledged to ending pollution of the river and over abstraction linked to unsustainable growth in the area. We have developed a charter to express these commitments which we invite others to sign.”
“The Federation of Cambridge Residents’ Associations (FeCRA) is a grassroots civic voice for everyone in Cambridge — and also for its environment. Residents want a say in shaping Cambridge’s development to ensure that the city grows in a way that will achieve balanced communities and quality of life.”
“We see our role as supportive, but also strongly holding the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority to account on the recommendations of its Full Climate Report. Furthermore, our purpose is to monitor the activities of the Combined Authority to ensure that its actions, either planned or actual, are consistent with the Climate and Ecological Emergency.”