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Have your say on plans for Jumpers Common park

Have your say on plans for Jumpers Common park

Have your say on plans for Jumpers Common park

01 July 2022

PEOPLE are being asked to give their feedback to nature recovery plans at Christchurch's Jumpers Common park.


Developer reported to police after 'destroying habitats' with bulldozer in Highcliffe woods

Developer reported to police after 'destroying habitats' with bulldozer in Highcliffe woods

Developer reported to police after 'destroying habitats' with bulldozer in Highcliffe woods

30 June 2022

A DEVELOPER has been reported to the police after undergrowth was torn out and land flattened with a bulldozer in Highcliffe woodland.


Complaints against councillors nearly double

Complaints against councillors nearly double

Complaints against councillors nearly double

29 June 2022

COMPLAINTS against BCP councillors have almost doubled over a year ahead of new measures to reduce further rises.


New plan for 25 flats on Barrack Road in Christchurch

New plan for 25 flats on Barrack Road in Christchurch

New plan for 25 flats on Barrack Road in Christchurch

29 June 2022

A PROPOSAL to build 25 flats with no parking spaces has been submitted for Barrack Road in Christchurch.

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Thousands of BCP residents still waiting for £150 council tax rebate

Thousands of BCP residents still waiting for £150 council tax rebate

Thousands of BCP residents still waiting for £150 council tax rebate

16 June 2022

HOUSANDS of people in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole area are still waiting for their £150 government payments.


Row over ownership of Highcliffe recreation ground

Row over ownership of Highcliffe recreation ground

Row over ownership of Highcliffe recreation ground

16 June 2022

FURIOUS parish councillors have accused BCP Council of trying to change a deal over ownership of a rec that would leave it £23,000 worse off.


Plans to demolish popular Christchurch car wash for 34 flats are refused

Plans to demolish popular Christchurch car wash for 34 flats are refused

Plans to demolish popular Christchurch car wash for 34 flats are refused

09 June 2022

A PLAN to turn a popular car wash in Christchurch into a block of flats has been turned down after BCP Council received 60 letters of objection.


Tories lose control of BCP Council after four members quit party

Tories lose control of BCP Council after four members quit party

Tories lose control of BCP Council after four members quit party

01 June 2022

THE Conservatives have lost control of BCP Council following the resignation of four of its members.

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Tories seize control of council's scrutiny committees

Tories seize control of council's scrutiny committees

Tories seize control of council's scrutiny committees

30 May 2022

CONSERVATIVES have taken control of two BCP Council panels tasked with scrutinising their party's administration.

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'Seismic' council planning changes to cut applications backlog

'Seismic' council planning changes to cut applications backlog

'Seismic' council planning changes to cut applications backlog

30 May 2022

CHANGES in the BCP Council planning department have been “seismic”, according to the portfolio holder who praised staff for their efforts.


Council set to extend flytipping enforcement pilot scheme

Council set to extend flytipping enforcement pilot scheme

Council set to extend flytipping enforcement pilot scheme

30 May 2022

A PILOT scheme to tackle flytipping across the BCP Council area is expected to be extended until November.


Hotel blasts council over refusal to build more luxury treehouses

Hotel blasts council over refusal to build more luxury treehouses

Hotel blasts council over refusal to build more luxury treehouses

29 May 2022

MANAGEMENT at the five-star Chewton Glen hotel have blasted BCP Council for refusing permission to build another three luxury treehouses.


Sea rise risk to thousands of coastal homes across New Forest and Christchurch

Sea rise risk to thousands of coastal homes across New Forest and Christchurch

Sea rise risk to thousands of coastal homes across New Forest and Christchurch

27 May 2022

THOUSANDS of properties along the coastline are in danger of being lost to the sea or flooded if nothing is done to protect them, experts have warned.

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38 flats given go-ahead on Barrack Road

38 flats given go-ahead on Barrack Road

38 flats given go-ahead on Barrack Road

26 May 2022

PLANS for 38 flats to replace a Christchurch car repair workshop and restaurant have been approved despite concerns over an influx of apartments.


Copyright row sees YouTube pull BCP Council video

Copyright row sees YouTube pull BCP Council video

Copyright row sees YouTube pull BCP Council video

24 May 2022

ONLINE viewers hoping to catch up with the latest news from BCP Council’s overview and scrutiny committee were met with a blank screen.


Christchurch set for more electric vehicle charging bays

Christchurch set for more electric vehicle charging bays

Christchurch set for more electric vehicle charging bays

20 May 2022

BCP Council is powering ahead with rolling out over 130 new publicly accessible electric vehicle charger bays, including sites across Christchurch.


Seagull nest stops demolition of shops

Seagull nest stops demolition of shops

Seagull nest stops demolition of shops

20 May 2022

THE demolition of a row of Highcliffe village centre shops has been halted – by a seagull.


Christchurch facilities neglect claim sees BCP handover promise

Christchurch facilities neglect claim sees BCP handover promise

Christchurch facilities neglect claim sees BCP handover promise

19 May 2022

CLAIMS that BCP Council has let Christchurch recreation facilities go to “rack and ruin” prompted a pledge to fulfil a handover promise.


Three Christchurch beaches given Blue Flag awards for first time

Three Christchurch beaches given Blue Flag awards for first time

Three Christchurch beaches given Blue Flag awards for first time

17 May 2022

THREE Christchurch beaches have been given prestigious quality awards for the first time.


Extension set for for private flytipping investigation scheme

Extension set for for private flytipping investigation scheme

Extension set for for private flytipping investigation scheme

16 May 2022

A PILOT scheme contracting out flytipping investigation and enforcement could be extended until November.


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