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Special meeting called over New Forest mineral extraction plans

Special meeting called over New Forest mineral extraction plans

Special meeting called over New Forest mineral extraction plans

A special meeting has been called by New Forest District Council to discuss its response to plans for controversial mineral extraction in the area.


Verderers urged to block New Forest ‘mobile cafes’

Verderers urged to block New Forest ‘mobile cafes’

Verderers urged to block New Forest ‘mobile cafes’

Plans to allow mobile cafes in New Forest car parks have been branded a “recipe for disaster” for its free-roaming animals.

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Green light for nine-home scheme near nursery

Green light for nine-home scheme near nursery

Green light for nine-home scheme near nursery

Nine new homes close to a nursery in Holbury have been granted planning permission despite traffic safety concerns.


Controversial 164-home New Milton development clears final hurdle

Controversial 164-home New Milton development clears final hurdle

Controversial 164-home New Milton development clears final hurdle

Controversial plans for 164 new homes in New Milton have finally been given the green light after nearly a year of negotiations.


‘Go back to the drawing board’ council tells developer over 443 homes plan

‘Go back to the drawing board’ council tells developer over 443 homes plan

‘Go back to the drawing board’ council tells developer over 443 homes plan

A developer behind amended plans to build hundreds of homes in Ringwood should “go back to the drawing board”, town councillors ruled.


£100k heritage centre plans for New Milton station master’s house scrapped

£100k heritage centre plans for New Milton station master’s house scrapped

£100k heritage centre plans for New Milton station master’s house scrapped

Drainage and stability problems have forced the scrapping of £100,000 heritage centre plans for New Milton’s disused railway station master’s house.


Bid for new Forest care home

Bid for new Forest care home

Bid for new Forest care home

Plans for a new 66-bedroom care home on agricultural land in Marchwood look set to be approved by New Forest District Council.


Council agrees to further scrutiny over quarries response

Council agrees to further scrutiny over quarries response

Council agrees to further scrutiny over quarries response

Further scrutiny will be given by New Forest District Council to its response to updated plans for controversial mineral extraction in the area.


Green light for first stage of 400-home scheme

Green light for first stage of 400-home scheme

Green light for first stage of 400-home scheme

Developers have been given the go-ahead to build 112 homes near Fordingbridge in the first stage of a controversial housing scheme.


Bungalows approved at edge of railway line

Bungalows approved at edge of railway line

Bungalows approved at edge of railway line

Planners have given the green light for a pair of semi-detached bungalows close to a railway line despite being recommended to refuse them.


‘It’s quite scary’ – glamping site owner speaks out over noise row

‘It’s quite scary’ – glamping site owner speaks out over noise row

‘It’s quite scary’ – glamping site owner speaks out over noise row

The owner of a Lymington glamping site at the centre of a noise row has spoken out after her plans were refused.


‘Real worry’ – plans for new £1bn coastal town up in the air

‘Real worry’ – plans for new £1bn coastal town up in the air

‘Real worry’ – plans for new £1bn coastal town up in the air

Plans to build a new £1bn coastal town on the site of the former Fawley power station are under review, says a consortium leading the scheme.

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Keeping holiday accommodation will benefit Forest, appeal argues

Keeping holiday accommodation will benefit Forest, appeal argues

Keeping holiday accommodation will benefit Forest, appeal argues

Retaining a tourist accommodation development would benefit the New Forest environmentally and economically, an appeal has argued.


Lymington glamping site row – neighbours complain about sex and karaoke noises

Lymington glamping site row – neighbours complain about sex and karaoke noises

Lymington glamping site row – neighbours complain about sex and karaoke noises

Neighbours of a glamping site say they are “delighted” a planning application may be refused – revealing they’ve had to listen to campers having sex.


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