THE government has been urged to revise “out of date” statistics for housing targets amid fears of development in greenbelt land around Christchurch.
HOSPITALITY firms in Christchurch are being encouraged to increase their Covid-19 testing efforts after “a number” of outbreaks within the industry.
THE former leader of BCP Council has said she is “absolutely mortified” at cabinet plans to spend £90,000 on two new cars for its mayors.
JOBS will be at risk at health clinics across the New Forest if Hampshire County Council goes ahead with plans to cut services.
TENS of millions of pounds in government Covid funding left BCP Council with a budget surplus at the end of the last financial year.
THE Indian variant of coronavirus is “becoming the most dominant” in Hampshire with Covid cases expected to rise, it has been revealed.
THE government is considering whether to call in controversial plans to expand the runway at Southampton Airport.
FOR the first time in more than eight months University Hospitals Dorset has recorded a day without any coronavirus patients.
A HOST of Christchurch greenbelt sites could be included in council plans to meet a shortfall of 5,500 new homes.
PLANS have been approved to allow the Noisy Lobster seafront restaurant in Mudeford to serve takeaway alcohol.
TAXPAYERS will still have to foot the bill for clearing up rubbish under BCP Council’s proposed new outsourced flytipping enforcement service.
OBJECTORS to plans to allow the Noisy Lobster in Mudeford to sell takeaway alcohol have been accused of making unfair “doomsday predictions”.
BCP Council became one of the first local authorities in the country to return to in-person meetings.
CONSERVATIVE David Sidwick has been elected as the new police and crime commissioner (PCC) for Dorset.
CONSERVATIVE Donna Jones is the newly elected police and crime commissioner for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
THE Christchurch Independents have won the vacant BCP Council seat in the Commons ward.
THE Conservatives retained control of Hampshire County Council at the local elections.
THE contentious application by a Mudeford seafront restaurant for the sale of alcohol from its takeaway hatch will be determined next week.
FAST food firm McDonald’s has put forward proposals to open its second restaurant in Christchurch.
MORE than a year after the death of Cllr Colin Bungey left a vacancy in the Commons ward, electors will be asked to vote in a replacement tomorrow.