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Ten new flats proposed for Highcliffe high street

17 August 2021
Ten new flats proposed for Highcliffe high street

Ten new flats proposed for Highcliffe high street

17 August 2021

TEN new flats and changes to a shop front are planned at a site in Lymington Road, Highcliffe.


More cycle paths to connect Forest with Southampton

16 August 2021
More cycle paths to connect Forest with Southampton

More cycle paths to connect Forest with Southampton

16 August 2021

MORE cycle paths are planed to connect the New Forest to Southampton in a bid to get people out on their bikes.


Christchurch flats plan 'would improve area's character'

11 August 2021
Christchurch flats plan 'would improve area's character'

Christchurch flats plan 'would improve area's character'

11 August 2021

BUILDING seven flats on the site of the Fairfield Works in Christchurch would improve the look of the area, a developer has claimed.


Council leader calls for more government funding

11 August 2021
Council leader calls for more government funding

Council leader calls for more government funding

11 August 2021

LOCAL authorities could reach a financial tipping point without further government support, Hampshire County Council's leader has warned.


Calls for government cash to save Hampshire's crumbling roads

08 August 2021
Calls for government cash to save Hampshire's crumbling roads

Calls for government cash to save Hampshire's crumbling roads

08 August 2021

ROADS across Hampshire will continue to deteriorate in the coming years without government intervention, according to a county council report.


Reopening announced for revamped Christchurch library

05 August 2021
Reopening announced for revamped Christchurch library

Reopening announced for revamped Christchurch library

05 August 2021

CHANGES under way at Christchurch library may now also include a new CCTV system.


Hampshire councils to accept vulnerable Afghan families

02 August 2021
Hampshire councils to accept vulnerable Afghan families

Hampshire councils to accept vulnerable Afghan families

02 August 2021

ALMOST two dozen vulnerable Afghan families are set to be rehoused in Hampshire as the UK and US military operation is wound down.


The Boathouse wins takeaway alcohol licence bid despite objections

29 July 2021
The Boathouse wins takeaway alcohol licence bid despite objections

The Boathouse wins takeaway alcohol licence bid despite objections

29 July 2021

THE Boathouse in Christchurch has won its bid to continue selling takeaway alcohol after denying any links with anti-social behaviour.


State of Christchurch roads 'pretty shoddy'

23 July 2021
State of Christchurch roads 'pretty shoddy'

State of Christchurch roads 'pretty shoddy'

23 July 2021

A CHRISTCHURCH councillor told how she nearly took a mop and bucket to a dirty road sign amid a string of complaints about the area's highways.


Could Christchurch become part of a BCP city?

22 July 2021
Could Christchurch become part of a BCP city?

Could Christchurch become part of a BCP city?

22 July 2021

RESIDENTS in Christchurch could be asked if they would back a BCP Council bid for city status for the area to unlock millions of pounds of funding.


Christchurch Quay and Quomps a 'worrying, frightening and anxious place to live'

15 July 2021
Christchurch Quay and Quomps a 'worrying, frightening and anxious place to live'

Christchurch Quay and Quomps a 'worrying, frightening and anxious place to live'

15 July 2021

RESIDENTS including the town's deputy mayor have slammed a restaurant's plan to continue takeaway sales of food and alcohol.


Council takes a three-month break from full meetings

09 July 2021
Council takes a three-month break from full meetings

Council takes a three-month break from full meetings

09 July 2021

COUNCILLORS from Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole will be taking a three-month break from full council meetings.


Highcliffe excluded from new anti-alcohol crime zone

25 June 2021
Highcliffe excluded from new anti-alcohol crime zone

Highcliffe excluded from new anti-alcohol crime zone

25 June 2021

NEW powers to clamp down on alcohol-related anti-social behaviour have been approved by BCP Council without covering areas of Christchurch.


Fears for Christchurch greenbelt development based on 'out of date' statistics

21 June 2021
Fears for Christchurch greenbelt development based on 'out of date' statistics

Fears for Christchurch greenbelt development based on 'out of date' statistics

21 June 2021

THE government has been urged to revise “out of date” statistics for housing targets amid fears of development in greenbelt land around Christchurch.


Hospitality Covid outbreaks spark testing calls

18 June 2021
Hospitality Covid outbreaks spark testing calls

Hospitality Covid outbreaks spark testing calls

18 June 2021

HOSPITALITY firms in Christchurch are being encouraged to increase their Covid-19 testing efforts after “a number” of outbreaks within the industry.


Outrage over plans to spend £90,000 on new cars for mayors

18 June 2021
Outrage over plans to spend £90,000 on new cars for mayors

Outrage over plans to spend £90,000 on new cars for mayors

18 June 2021

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 at risk and services face axe in cash-saving plans at New Forest health clinics

16 June 2021
Jobs at risk and services face axe in cash-saving plans at New Forest health clinics

Jobs at risk and services face axe in cash-saving plans at New Forest health clinics

16 June 2021

JOBS will be at risk at health clinics across the New Forest if Hampshire County Council goes ahead with plans to cut services.


Covid funding gave council £5m budget surplus

11 June 2021
Covid funding gave council £5m budget surplus

Covid funding gave council £5m budget surplus

11 June 2021

TENS of millions of pounds in government Covid funding left BCP Council with a budget surplus at the end of the last financial year.


Indian Covid 'most dominant' variant in Hampshire

11 June 2021
Indian Covid 'most dominant' variant in Hampshire

Indian Covid 'most dominant' variant in Hampshire

11 June 2021

THE Indian variant of coronavirus is “becoming the most dominant” in Hampshire with Covid cases expected to rise, it has been revealed.


Government may call in decision on expanding Southampton Airport runway

25 May 2021
Government may call in decision on expanding Southampton Airport runway

Government may call in decision on expanding Southampton Airport runway

25 May 2021

THE government is considering whether to call in controversial plans to expand the runway at Southampton Airport.


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