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Hundreds against waste-energy plant on greenbelt

Hundreds against waste-energy plant on greenbelt

Hundreds against waste-energy plant on greenbelt

02 March 2022

MORE than 700 objections have been made against plans for a waste-burning energy plant on greenbelt land near Christchurch.


Christchurch households face council tax hike

Christchurch households face council tax hike

Christchurch households face council tax hike

25 February 2022

CHRISTCHURCH residents will pay an average of about £1,970 for band D council tax from April.


Netting 'killing birds' on Christchurch buildings

Netting 'killing birds' on Christchurch buildings

Netting 'killing birds' on Christchurch buildings

25 February 2022

NETTING on thatched buildings in Christchurch is causing death and injury to birds, councillors have been told.


Highcliffe Castle wins Wedding Venue of the Year award

Highcliffe Castle wins Wedding Venue of the Year award

Highcliffe Castle wins Wedding Venue of the Year award

25 February 2022

STAFF at Highcliffe Castle celebrated after winning gold at the Dorset Tourism Awards for Wedding Venue of the Year.


Plan to turn Christchurch park into 'wildlife rich' space

Plan to turn Christchurch park into 'wildlife rich' space

Plan to turn Christchurch park into 'wildlife rich' space

23 February 2022

JUMPERS Common park in Christchurch will benefit from a government scheme which aims to make green spaces "wildlife rich".


Fallen trees, destroyed beach huts, power cuts and flooding – picking up the pieces after storms batter New Forest and Christchurch

Fallen trees, destroyed beach huts, power cuts and flooding – picking up the pieces after storms batter New Forest and Christchurch

Fallen trees, destroyed beach huts, power cuts and flooding – picking up the pieces after storms batter New Forest and Christchurch

21 February 2022

TREES were brought down, beach huts destroyed and power to many homes lost as Storms Eunice and Franklin battered the New Forest and Christchurch.


More time for views on BCP Council's flagship development plan after complaints pour in

More time for views on BCP Council's flagship development plan after complaints pour in

More time for views on BCP Council's flagship development plan after complaints pour in

17 February 2022

RESIDENTS have been given more time to respond to a BCP Council consultation ahead of major new planning policies for thousands of homes.


Council under fire for £54m beach hut loans plan

Council under fire for £54m beach hut loans plan

Council under fire for £54m beach hut loans plan

11 February 2022

BCP Council has come under fire for proposing to use beach huts, such as those at Mudeford, as collateral for loans to invest in the area.

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Urgent meeting called over BCP plans for Christchurch

Urgent meeting called over BCP plans for Christchurch

Urgent meeting called over BCP plans for Christchurch

10 February 2022

A CHRISTCHURCH pressure group has called an urgent meeting to debate the impact new planning policies could have on the town.


Green light for multi-million-pound Christchurch steel firm expansion

Green light for multi-million-pound Christchurch steel firm expansion

Green light for multi-million-pound Christchurch steel firm expansion

07 February 2022

A CHRISTCHURCH steel manufacturer has been given the green light for a massive expansion of its town centre site.


Third of council children's services roles not filled by permanent staff

Third of council children's services roles not filled by permanent staff

Third of council children's services roles not filled by permanent staff

04 February 2022

ALMOST a third of social work posts at BCP Council's children’s services are not filled by permanent staff.


Delays hit cash to reopen Christchurch play park shut for two years

Delays hit cash to reopen Christchurch play park shut for two years

Delays hit cash to reopen Christchurch play park shut for two years

02 February 2022

DELAYS have hit an £85,000 lifeline to reopen a Christchurch play park which has been shut for more than two years.


'Out of character' flats approved for Walkford road

'Out of character' flats approved for Walkford road

'Out of character' flats approved for Walkford road

21 January 2022

FOURTEEN "out of character" flats in Chewton Farm Road, Walkford, have been given the go-ahead by BCP Council.


New app to check queues at Christchurch tip

New app to check queues at Christchurch tip

New app to check queues at Christchurch tip

18 January 2022

RESIDENTS can now check how busy Christchurch Household Recycling Centre is before visiting with a new phone app launched by BCP Council.


Vandals hit new mural in Christchurch underpass

Vandals hit new mural in Christchurch underpass

Vandals hit new mural in Christchurch underpass

13 January 2022

VANDALS have attacked artwork displayed on a recently refurbished Christchurch underpass less than two months after it was installed.


Developer trebles number of homes wanted on Highcliffe site

Developer trebles number of homes wanted on Highcliffe site

Developer trebles number of homes wanted on Highcliffe site

13 January 2022

A DEVELOPER with permission to build 38 properties on its estate in Highcliffe has now submitted plans for up to three times as many on the site.


Plan to demolish two Walkford houses for nine-home development

Plan to demolish two Walkford houses for nine-home development

Plan to demolish two Walkford houses for nine-home development

12 January 2022

A DEVELOPER has applied to demolish a house and bungalow in Walkford to build nine homes.


Memorial approved for flying pioneer Rolls at Hengistbury Head

Memorial approved for flying pioneer Rolls at Hengistbury Head

Memorial approved for flying pioneer Rolls at Hengistbury Head

11 January 2022

A DISPLAY has been approved by BCP Council at Hengistbury Head to honour an aviation pioneer who was the first to die in the UK in a powered flight.


Plan for homes on Christchurch town centre car park thrown out after archaeological concerns

Plan for homes on Christchurch town centre car park thrown out after archaeological concerns

Plan for homes on Christchurch town centre car park thrown out after archaeological concerns

04 January 2022

A PLAN for 11 homes in Christchurch was refused after historians said they would be built on top of potentially important archaeological treasures.


Dorset hospitals appeal to patients' relatives to help free up beds

Dorset hospitals appeal to patients' relatives to help free up beds

Dorset hospitals appeal to patients' relatives to help free up beds

23 December 2021

HOSPITALS in Dorset are appealing to patients' relatives to help free up beds as the healthcare service enters a particularly "difficult winter".


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