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Green light for 64 homes on Fordingbridge fields

Green light for 64 homes on Fordingbridge fields

Green light for 64 homes on Fordingbridge fields

14 February 2022

A PLEDGE to provide 19 affordable homes helped secure Pennyfarthing Homes permission to build 64 properties on land at Fordingbridge.


Approval for Marchwood port expansion amid claims hundreds of new jobs could be created

Approval for Marchwood port expansion amid claims hundreds of new jobs could be created

Approval for Marchwood port expansion amid claims hundreds of new jobs could be created

13 February 2022

HUNDREDS of new jobs could be created after New Forest district councillors greenlit development of Marchwood military port.

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Fears Solent freeport could resurrect Dibden Bay development

Fears Solent freeport could resurrect Dibden Bay development

Fears Solent freeport could resurrect Dibden Bay development

11 February 2022

FEARS have been raised that a new freeport will make it harder to resist the return of plans to develop Dibden Bay into a container terminal.

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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.


Developer to host online public meeting over 500-home plans for Ringwood fields

Developer to host online public meeting over 500-home plans for Ringwood fields

Developer to host online public meeting over 500-home plans for Ringwood fields

10 February 2022

RINGWOOD residents will get the chance to quiz a developer about its plans for 491 homes at a public session.


Opposition to plans for 'retirement village' at Matchams Stadium

Opposition to plans for 'retirement village' at Matchams Stadium

Opposition to plans for 'retirement village' at Matchams Stadium

09 February 2022

A PLANNING application has gone in for a 330-home "retirement village" and a 60-bed care home at the Matchams Stadium, near Ringwood.


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.


Residents hit out over plans for nearly 500 homes on Ringwood fields

Residents hit out over plans for nearly 500 homes on Ringwood fields

Residents hit out over plans for nearly 500 homes on Ringwood fields

06 February 2022

NEW proposals for nearly 500 homes in Ringwood have sparked fears that the town’s infrastructure cannot cope with more new housing.

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Plan to approve 64 new Fordingbridge homes

Plan to approve 64 new Fordingbridge homes

Plan to approve 64 new Fordingbridge homes

02 February 2022

A DEVELOPER should be granted permission for 64 new homes in Fordingbridge if 19 are affordable, a report suggests.


Couple challenge refusal of plan to tear down Beaulieu River mansion for modern design

Couple challenge refusal of plan to tear down Beaulieu River mansion for modern design

Couple challenge refusal of plan to tear down Beaulieu River mansion for modern design

01 February 2022

A COUPLE have challenged New Forest National Park Authority's refusal of their bid to tear down and replace a mansion on the banks of Beaulieu River

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Loan plan to save ambitious Ringwood football project as costs spiral to £3m

Loan plan to save ambitious Ringwood football project as costs spiral to £3m

Loan plan to save ambitious Ringwood football project as costs spiral to £3m

28 January 2022

MOVES have been made to apply for a £500,000 loan to help save an ambitious sports project in Ringwood where inflation has tripled costs to near £3m.


Nine homes approved for 'eyesore' Brockenhurst site

Nine homes approved for 'eyesore' Brockenhurst site

Nine homes approved for 'eyesore' Brockenhurst site

28 January 2022

AN application to build nine new homes on an “eyesore” site in Brockenhurst has been approved despite concerns over the lack of affordable housing.


Plans revealed for 103 homes on Hordle fields

Plans revealed for 103 homes on Hordle fields

Plans revealed for 103 homes on Hordle fields

24 January 2022

PLANS to build 103 new homes on fields and paddocks near Everton Road in Hordle have been submitted to New Forest District Council.


Plans for Lyndhurst B&B to become care home

Plans for Lyndhurst B&B to become care home

Plans for Lyndhurst B&B to become care home

21 January 2022

A CHARITY which supports people with learning disabilities and autism hopes to turn a former Lyndhurst B&B in to a care home.


'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.


Land at hospital site sold for 21 affordable homes

Land at hospital site sold for 21 affordable homes

Land at hospital site sold for 21 affordable homes

21 January 2022

LAND at Hythe hospital is set to be developed with 21 affordable homes after NFDC agreed a deal with the NHS to purchase part of the site.

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Plan for six flats in Totton backed despite concern over families

Plan for six flats in Totton backed despite concern over families

Plan for six flats in Totton backed despite concern over families

21 January 2022

NEW Forest district councillors have granted an outline six-flat plan in Totton, despite concerns it could "push" families out.


Developer appeals refusal of retirement flats at old Lymington police station

Developer appeals refusal of retirement flats at old Lymington police station

Developer appeals refusal of retirement flats at old Lymington police station

20 January 2022

CHURCHILL Retirement Living has appealed against refusal by New Forest District Council for 32 retirement flats at Lymington's old police station.


Homes approved on New Milton field despite parking concerns

Homes approved on New Milton field despite parking concerns

Homes approved on New Milton field despite parking concerns

18 January 2022

NEW Forest district councillors have given the go-ahead to build 16 affordable homes on land close to Fawcett's Field, New Milton.


Plans approved to revamp former Dibden restaurant

Plans approved to revamp former Dibden restaurant

Plans approved to revamp former Dibden restaurant

14 January 2022

WORK is under way to transform a former restaurant in Dibden Purlieu into a new commercial premises with four flats.

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