Flying Boat Inn

Developer hopes new Flying Boat Inn housing plan will take off

A DEVELOPER has returned with fresh plans to build homes on the site of a pub which burned down nearly 20 years ago. An outline application has been submitted to the national park authority for...
Renaissance Retirement

Planners refuse ‘alien’ retirement flats at town centre gateway

A BID to build retirement flats at one of the gateways to Lymington town centre has been thrown out. The plan by Pegasus Life Group was to demolish a row of four homes in Stanford...
Lyndhurst Park Hotel

‘High class’ homes plan expected soon for Lyndhurst Park Hotel

A PLANNING application to redevelop Lyndhurst Park Hotel is expected to be submitted in March and will include new homes, holiday lets and shops, a village councillor has confirmed. As reported in the A&T, the...
Hythe police station

Parish councillors oppose new retirement homes at ex-police station

LOCAL councillors are opposing a new application by a developer to build retirement flats on the site of the former police station in Hythe. Previous proposals by McCarthy and Stone for 35 apartments on the...
Fawley power station plans

Fawley power station developer ‘on track’ for homes decision in April

THE company behind the redevelopment of Fawley power station with 1,500 new homes says it is on track for a decision by the end of April. The consortium leading the near-£1bn scheme, Fawley Waterside Ltd,...
Lyndhurst Park Hotel

Derelict Lyndhurst Park Hotel starts to collapse

A SECTION of the landmark Lyndhurst Park Hotel has collapsed, sparking fears for the future of the historic building. A huge chunk of one of the back walls has dropped into the fenced off area...
Lymington Town Quay

Design choices revealed for Town Quay transformation

THESE are the designs being offered to Lymington residents for a major overhaul of the historic Town Quay, the A&T can exclusively reveal. The proposals contain two different options for reconstructing the toilet block, plus...
McCarthy and Stone

Retirement developer back with fresh plan for old police station

A DEVELOPER whose plans to build retirement apartments at a former police station were rejected by a government inspector has submitted a fresh scheme. As reported in the A&T, the first proposals by McCarthy and...
REIDSteel

Plans for 167 homes on industrial site set for green light

OUTLINE permission to demolish the premises of Christchurch steel company REIDSteel and replace it with 167 houses and flats is expected to be given this week. The business submitted its plan to redevelop the site...

Environmental concerns delay decision for 1,500 power station homes

A DECISION on approving the first stage of proposals for about 1,500 homes at Fawley power station has been delayed amid a string of environmental concerns from planners. A verdict on the outline application, which...
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