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Council ‘overwhelmed’ by Ukraine housing offers

Council ‘overwhelmed’ by Ukraine housing offers

Council ‘overwhelmed’ by Ukraine housing offers

04 May 2022

MORE than 1,400 families in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole area have offered to host families fleeing from the war in Ukraine.


Christchurch 'party pub' wants a bar in its garden

Christchurch 'party pub' wants a bar in its garden

Christchurch 'party pub' wants a bar in its garden

03 May 2022

PROBLEMS with customers fighting, swearing and vomiting should stop a Christchurch "party pub" being allowed to erect an outside bar, say neighbours.


Parish council wants plans axed for homes on Highcliffe woodland

Parish council wants plans axed for homes on Highcliffe woodland

Parish council wants plans axed for homes on Highcliffe woodland

02 May 2022

THE resurrection of a controversial bid for housing in a Highcliffe woodland has sparked opposition by parish councillors.


‘Grind to a halt’ – traffic warning amid plea over public transport

‘Grind to a halt’ – traffic warning amid plea over public transport

‘Grind to a halt’ – traffic warning amid plea over public transport

29 April 2022

PARTS of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole will grind to a halt unless more can be persuaded away from their cars, a transport chief has warned.


BCP Council planning chief defends Christchurch decisions

BCP Council planning chief defends Christchurch decisions

BCP Council planning chief defends Christchurch decisions

28 April 2022

BCP Council’s planning chair has defended his leadership and the committee against further complaints about Christchurch decisions.


Christchurch Town Council offers to buy Waitrose car park

Christchurch Town Council offers to buy Waitrose car park

Christchurch Town Council offers to buy Waitrose car park

28 April 2022

CHRISTCHURCH Town Council said it could buy the car park at Waitrose amid disputed claims the retailer might quit if it cannot control the land.


'An affront to democracy' – Tory 'Covid councillors' brought in to vote at meeting

'An affront to democracy' – Tory 'Covid councillors' brought in to vote at meeting

'An affront to democracy' – Tory 'Covid councillors' brought in to vote at meeting

27 April 2022

AN investigation has been called for after claims that two Conservative councillors who were unwell were brought in to vote at a BCP Council meeting.


Developer resurrects plan to build homes in Highcliffe woodland

Developer resurrects plan to build homes in Highcliffe woodland

Developer resurrects plan to build homes in Highcliffe woodland

21 April 2022

A DEVELOPER’S controversial bid to build housing on woodland in Highcliffe has been resurrected with fewer homes.


One week left to sort jubilee street party road closures

One week left to sort jubilee street party road closures

One week left to sort jubilee street party road closures

14 April 2022

BCP Council has warned residents they have a week to apply for road closures to hold street parties celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee


Top earners revealed at New Forest and Hampshire councils

Top earners revealed at New Forest and Hampshire councils

Top earners revealed at New Forest and Hampshire councils

12 April 2022

The highest earners at NFDC, BCP and Hampshire County Council have been revealed in the latest TaxPayers' Alliance annual Town Hall Rich List.

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Popular Christchurch car wash could be demolished for flats

Popular Christchurch car wash could be demolished for flats

Popular Christchurch car wash could be demolished for flats

06 April 2022

A POPULAR car wash in Christchurch could be closed down and demolished to make way for an apartment block.


Fifty-plus Ukrainian refugees expected in BCP Council area

Fifty-plus Ukrainian refugees expected in BCP Council area

Fifty-plus Ukrainian refugees expected in BCP Council area

05 April 2022

MORE than 50 Ukraine refugees could be arriving in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole area within the coming days.


NFDC concerns over BCP plans for hundreds of new homes on sites at New Forest boundaries

NFDC concerns over BCP plans for hundreds of new homes on sites at New Forest boundaries

NFDC concerns over BCP plans for hundreds of new homes on sites at New Forest boundaries

05 April 2022

NEW Forest District Council has revealed concerns that building hundreds of homes in Bransgore and Walkford could have cross-border effects.


Scheme to revamp Highcliffe's high street

Scheme to revamp Highcliffe's high street

Scheme to revamp Highcliffe's high street

29 March 2022

HIGHCLIFFE will see its high street revitalised as part of a pilot project by BCP Council.


Crackdown catches vape shops selling to children

Crackdown catches vape shops selling to children

Crackdown catches vape shops selling to children

18 March 2022

A CRACKDOWN caught more than half of shops visited in Christchurch, Poole and Bournemouth illegally selling vapes to children.


Incinerator planned on greenbelt secures consent as more than 700 object

Incinerator planned on greenbelt secures consent as more than 700 object

Incinerator planned on greenbelt secures consent as more than 700 object

16 March 2022

PLANS for a new energy-producing incinerator on greenbelt land near Bournemouth Airport have cleared the first hurdle.


£30m plans for 170 homes on old Christchurch gas works site

£30m plans for 170 homes on old Christchurch gas works site

£30m plans for 170 homes on old Christchurch gas works site

16 March 2022

PLANS for 170 new homes have been revealed for Christchurch's old gas works site in the town centre.

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Dog mess at Hengistbury Head to be sprayed red

Dog mess at Hengistbury Head to be sprayed red

Dog mess at Hengistbury Head to be sprayed red

14 March 2022

DOG mess left at Hengistbury Head will be sprayed with red chalk paint to remind pet owners to clean up after their animals.


Town's coastal streets face parking crackdown following last summer's 'major incident'

Town's coastal streets face parking crackdown following last summer's 'major incident'

Town's coastal streets face parking crackdown following last summer's 'major incident'

11 March 2022

NEW parking restrictions making nearly every coastal road between Friars Cliff and Mudeford a “no parking zone” could be in operation by the summer.


Christchurch could see more electric vehicle charge points

Christchurch could see more electric vehicle charge points

Christchurch could see more electric vehicle charge points

07 March 2022

MORE electric vehicle charge points could be rolled out in Christchurch in partnership with a private provider.


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