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Public inquiry to decide whether New Forest property should be torn down

Public inquiry to decide whether New Forest property should be torn down

Public inquiry to decide whether New Forest property should be torn down

A PUBLIC inquiry will be held to determine whether a property built in the New Forest that was bigger than approved plans can be kept.


Appeal over latest bid to develop land behind listed Milford pub

Appeal over latest bid to develop land behind listed Milford pub

Appeal over latest bid to develop land behind listed Milford pub

A POORLY maintained plot behind a vacant Milford pub would be improved by the construction for four new homes, a developer has argued.


Ex-mayor hails promises over Christchurch developments after 'secret plan' row

Ex-mayor hails promises over Christchurch developments after 'secret plan' row

Ex-mayor hails promises over Christchurch developments after 'secret plan' row

THE former mayor of Christchurch has welcomed promises, including that Saxon Square car park will not be demolished, amid a 'secret plan' row.


Steel firm drops 167-home plan to stay at Christchurch site

Steel firm drops 167-home plan to stay at Christchurch site

Steel firm drops 167-home plan to stay at Christchurch site

CHRISTCHURCH firm Reidsteel will be pushing into the old Peeks and Monkey Madness site next door.


Five homes planned for village greenbelt refused on appeal

Five homes planned for village greenbelt refused on appeal

Five homes planned for village greenbelt refused on appeal

PLANS for five homes would harm wildlife and damage the rural character of Everton, a government planning inspector has ruled.


'We don't want Sandbanks in Stanpit' – residents object to demolishing 19th century Mudeford home for house on stilts

'We don't want Sandbanks in Stanpit' – residents object to demolishing 19th century Mudeford home for house on stilts

'We don't want Sandbanks in Stanpit' – residents object to demolishing 19th century Mudeford home for house on stilts

A BID to demolish a 19th century cottage in Mudeford and replace it with a pre-fabricated house on stilts has attracted 75 objections.


Fears for Christchurch greenbelt development based on 'out of date' statistics

Fears for Christchurch greenbelt development based on 'out of date' statistics

Fears for Christchurch greenbelt development based on 'out of date' statistics

THE government has been urged to revise “out of date” statistics for housing targets amid fears of development in greenbelt land around Christchurch.


New Forest home's unauthorised conservatory allowed to stay after appeal

New Forest home's unauthorised conservatory allowed to stay after appeal

New Forest home's unauthorised conservatory allowed to stay after appeal

A CONSERVATORY attached to a home in the national park without authorisation and against policy will not have to be demolished.


69-bedroom care home in Christchurch rejected after 200 residents object

69-bedroom care home in Christchurch rejected after 200 residents object

69-bedroom care home in Christchurch rejected after 200 residents object

PLANS for a 69-bedroom care home in Christchurch have been turned down after more than 200 residents objected.


Councillors side with locals to reject 143 homes near Ringwood nature reserve

Councillors side with locals to reject 143 homes near Ringwood nature reserve

Councillors side with locals to reject 143 homes near Ringwood nature reserve

CONCERNS over flooding, density and loss of trees have led district councillors to reject plans for 143 new homes near a Ringwood nature reserve.


Controversial Lymington retirement flats block given go-ahead after developer wins appeal

Controversial Lymington retirement flats block given go-ahead after developer wins appeal

Controversial Lymington retirement flats block given go-ahead after developer wins appeal

PLANS for 44 sheltered flats in Lymington have been approved by a government inspector despite warnings the town was becoming a “retirement area".

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Plan for 62 new homes on New Forest grazing land

Plan for 62 new homes on New Forest grazing land

Plan for 62 new homes on New Forest grazing land

A DEVELOPER wants planning permission to build 62 homes – half of which will be affordable – on agricultural land in Ashurst.


Huge public backlash against 143-home plan close to nature reserve

Huge public backlash against 143-home plan close to nature reserve

Huge public backlash against 143-home plan close to nature reserve

A CONTROVERSIAL plan for 143 homes close to Blashford Lakes Nature Reserve has been recommended for approval, sparking fury.


Plans to turn site of former Totton social club into 12 affordable homes

Plans to turn site of former Totton social club into 12 affordable homes

Plans to turn site of former Totton social club into 12 affordable homes

A FORMER social club looks set to be demolished and replaced with 12 affordable homes, following a planning application by NFDC.


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