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Approval given for competing schemes at village's former B&B

Approval given for competing schemes at village's former B&B

Approval given for competing schemes at village's former B&B

PLANS to turn a former B&B into a home for people with mental illness have been thrown into doubt amid competing proposals winning the green light.

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Green light for 110 new homes on Pennington fields

Green light for 110 new homes on Pennington fields

Green light for 110 new homes on Pennington fields

TRAFFIC and access concerns failed to convince New Forest District Council’s planning committee to refuse outline plans for 110 homes in Pennington.

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100 homes plan in Bransgore given green light

100 homes plan in Bransgore given green light

100 homes plan in Bransgore given green light

A 100-HOME development in Bransgore has been given planning permission after assurances the scheme will improve flooding problems for neighbours.


National park set to revamp appeals system after being overruled on Forest mansion

National park set to revamp appeals system after being overruled on Forest mansion

National park set to revamp appeals system after being overruled on Forest mansion

THE NPA’s appeals system is set for an overhaul after its refusal to allow an extension to a Forest mansion was thrown out by a government inspector.

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Hampshire police boss rejects calls to stop sale of Lymington station

Hampshire police boss rejects calls to stop sale of Lymington station

Hampshire police boss rejects calls to stop sale of Lymington station

ATTEMPTS by a conservation group to stop the sale of Lymington's former police station to a retirement housing developer have failed.


Marchwood residents object to plans for 150 homes on farmland

Marchwood residents object to plans for 150 homes on farmland

Marchwood residents object to plans for 150 homes on farmland

OUTLINE plans for at least 150 homes in Marchwood have sparked objections from local residents.

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Town councillors reject New Milton homes plan for second time

Town councillors reject New Milton homes plan for second time

Town councillors reject New Milton homes plan for second time

TOWN councillors are again opposing revised plans for a 166-home development on the edge of New Milton amid concerns over road safety.


Five affordable homes planned for garden of large New Forest house

Five affordable homes planned for garden of large New Forest house

Five affordable homes planned for garden of large New Forest house

FIVE affordable homes could be built on the edge of the New Forest under a trailblazing new scheme.


Pennington homes plan set for green light provided half are affordable

Pennington homes plan set for green light provided half are affordable

Pennington homes plan set for green light provided half are affordable

A BID to build a housing estate on the outskirts of Pennington has been recommended for approval by New Forest District Council planning officers.


Parish council wants plans axed for homes on Highcliffe woodland

Parish council wants plans axed for homes on Highcliffe woodland

Parish council wants plans axed for homes on Highcliffe woodland

THE resurrection of a controversial bid for housing in a Highcliffe woodland has sparked opposition by parish councillors.


£5.7m community funds claim from 178 homes planned on New Milton greenbelt

£5.7m community funds claim from 178 homes planned on New Milton greenbelt

£5.7m community funds claim from 178 homes planned on New Milton greenbelt

A DEVELOPER seeking permission to build 178 homes on greenbelt land in New Milton has claimed it could deliver more than £5.7m in community funding.


Totton set for transformation into Waterside 'gateway'

Totton set for transformation into Waterside 'gateway'

Totton set for transformation into Waterside 'gateway'

TOTTON is set for a town centre transformation to become a "gateway to the Waterside", under plans being drawn up by New Forest District Council.


Inquiry into plans for old Lymington police station site

Inquiry into plans for old Lymington police station site

Inquiry into plans for old Lymington police station site

A PUBLIC inquiry began this week into controversial plans to develop the former Lymington police station with 32 retirement apartments.

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BCP Council planning chief defends Christchurch decisions

BCP Council planning chief defends Christchurch decisions

BCP Council planning chief defends Christchurch decisions

BCP Council’s planning chair has defended his leadership and the committee against further complaints about Christchurch decisions.


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