Planning protections which help communities in England save their local pub are under threat from a new Government proposal that could see developers gain new rights to convert vacant high street pubs.


Please use our template email on the next page to email your local MP and ask them to save protections for pubs.


Your email could make all the difference. 


Please fill in the form below with your details to match you up with your local MP.* 


*Clicking the button will take you to the next page where you can see and edit your email before sending. 

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