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Covid restrictions lifted at Christchurch tip

Covid restrictions lifted at Christchurch tip

Covid restrictions lifted at Christchurch tip

07 May 2021

MORE vehicles are now allowed at Christchurch's Wilverley Road tip thanks to the relaxing of Covid measures.


'It would set a dangerous precedent' – objections to Noisy Lobster alcohol licence bid

'It would set a dangerous precedent' – objections to Noisy Lobster alcohol licence bid

'It would set a dangerous precedent' – objections to Noisy Lobster alcohol licence bid

07 May 2021

THE contentious application by a Mudeford seafront restaurant for the sale of alcohol from its takeaway hatch will be determined next week.


McDonald’s bids for second restaurant in Christchurch

McDonald’s bids for second restaurant in Christchurch

McDonald’s bids for second restaurant in Christchurch

07 May 2021

FAST food firm McDonald’s has put forward proposals to open its second restaurant in Christchurch.


Candidates for the Christchurch Commons ward by-election

Candidates for the Christchurch Commons ward by-election

Candidates for the Christchurch Commons ward by-election

05 May 2021

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.


Face-to-face council meetings to resume after legal challenge fails

Face-to-face council meetings to resume after legal challenge fails

Face-to-face council meetings to resume after legal challenge fails

30 April 2021

COUNCILS will have to resume face-to-face meetings this month after a legal challenge aimed at extending pandemic rules failed.


Green light for Steamer Point demolition

Green light for Steamer Point demolition

Green light for Steamer Point demolition

14 April 2021

PERMISSION has been granted for the former Steamer Point Coastguard to be cleared by developers this summer.


Drones to target litter hotspots

Drones to target litter hotspots

Drones to target litter hotspots

13 April 2021

LITTER problems in Christchurch will be targeted this summer with a ground-breaking trial using drones.


Woodland homes plan refused by council

Woodland homes plan refused by council

Woodland homes plan refused by council

12 April 2021

CONTROVERSIAL plans to build housing on woodland in Highcliffe have been refused.


Council throws out calls for gender-neutral terms

Council throws out calls for gender-neutral terms

Council throws out calls for gender-neutral terms

09 April 2021

DESPITE calls by councillors to “move with the times”, BCP Council voted against a motion to stop using “male universals” like chairman.


Drones to target Christchurch litter hotspots

Drones to target Christchurch litter hotspots

Drones to target Christchurch litter hotspots

04 April 2021

LITTER problems in Christchurch will be targeted this summer with a ground-breaking trial using drones...


How you can register to vote in local elections on 6th May

How you can register to vote in local elections on 6th May

How you can register to vote in local elections on 6th May

29 March 2021

MAKE sure you are registered to vote – that is the call from local councils ahead of elections on 6th May...


Public to have say on improving cycle and bus routes between Christchurch and Poole

Public to have say on improving cycle and bus routes between Christchurch and Poole

Public to have say on improving cycle and bus routes between Christchurch and Poole

25 March 2021

A MAJOR consultation has been launched over plans for improved cycling routes and better bus connections between Christchurch and Poole...


Future of Christchurch Waitrose under threat as car park sale is rejected

Future of Christchurch Waitrose under threat as car park sale is rejected

Future of Christchurch Waitrose under threat as car park sale is rejected

24 March 2021

CHRISTCHURCH is in danger of losing its Waitrose store after the town’s councillors voted not to sell the adjoining car park...


Plan for homes at Steamer Point rejected despite being recommended for approval

Plan for homes at Steamer Point rejected despite being recommended for approval

Plan for homes at Steamer Point rejected despite being recommended for approval

22 March 2021

COUNCILLORS have refused planning permission for the controversial redevelopment of the Steamer Point site in Christchurch with 26 flats and houses...


Council to introduce new powers to tackle anti-social behaviour "as soon as possible"

Council to introduce new powers to tackle anti-social behaviour "as soon as possible"

Council to introduce new powers to tackle anti-social behaviour "as soon as possible"

20 March 2021

NEW powers to tackle anti-social behaviour across Christchurch, Bournemouth and Poole will be introduced “as soon as possible”, BCP Council has said...


Parking permits plan for Highcliffe residents is shelved after outcry

Parking permits plan for Highcliffe residents is shelved after outcry

Parking permits plan for Highcliffe residents is shelved after outcry

18 March 2021

A CONTROVERSIAL plan to create 230 parking bays in roads around Highcliffe has been shelved for a year after furious protests by residents and local councillors...


Council approves extra £2.5 million to manage summer visitor numbers

Council approves extra £2.5 million to manage summer visitor numbers

Council approves extra £2.5 million to manage summer visitor numbers

16 March 2021

MILLIONS of pounds in extra funding has been approved by BCP Council to manage an expected influx of visitors this summer...


Special meeting arranged amid concerns over sale of Waitrose car park

Special meeting arranged amid concerns over sale of Waitrose car park

Special meeting arranged amid concerns over sale of Waitrose car park

15 March 2021

AN EXTRA meeting of BCP Council’s scrutiny board will be held on Monday to examine the decision to sell a public car park in Christchurch to secure the future of Waitrose in the town...


Council introduces fast-track licensing for firms wanting to serve food and drink outside

Council introduces fast-track licensing for firms wanting to serve food and drink outside

Council introduces fast-track licensing for firms wanting to serve food and drink outside

14 March 2021

A ‘FAST-TRACK’ licensing system has been set up by BCP Council for businesses looking to expand into outdoor service as lockdown measures are eased...


Approval recommended for plan to build 26 homes on Coastguard site at Steamer Point

Approval recommended for plan to build 26 homes on Coastguard site at Steamer Point

Approval recommended for plan to build 26 homes on Coastguard site at Steamer Point

12 March 2021

A DECISION on whether to grant permission for the controversial redevelopment of a former Coastguard complex in Christchurch will be made next week...


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