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Call to save Lymington’s historic salt barns

Call to save Lymington’s historic salt barns

Call to save Lymington’s historic salt barns

A CIVIC group has called for “urgent action” to protect the last surviving barns of the salt production era which helped establish Lymington.


Children could move schools under plans to build hundreds of homes across Ringwood

Children could move schools under plans to build hundreds of homes across Ringwood

Children could move schools under plans to build hundreds of homes across Ringwood

CHILDREN could move schools in a plan to deal with pressure on class sizes from the proposed construction of hundreds of new homes across Ringwood, it has been claimed...


Totton site free for new homes after council given approval to move depot

Totton site free for new homes after council given approval to move depot

Totton site free for new homes after council given approval to move depot

A NEW £5.5m waste and services council depot has been given the go-ahead to be built on the Waterside, freeing up a site in Totton to be developed for housing...


Plan for six new homes on Totton farm is rejected

Plan for six new homes on Totton farm is rejected

Plan for six new homes on Totton farm is rejected

A DEVELOPER’S bid to replace agricultural buildings with six affordable homes has been turned down by the national park authority ...


Couple ordered to tear down their New Forest home over building changes

Couple ordered to tear down their New Forest home over building changes

Couple ordered to tear down their New Forest home over building changes

A THREE-BEDROOM house in the New Forest that was built bigger than approved plans must be torn down, the national park authority has ordered...


'Community' of five eco homes planned near New Forest village woodland

'Community' of five eco homes planned near New Forest village woodland

'Community' of five eco homes planned near New Forest village woodland

PLANS have been unveiled for five new “21st century eco-homes” next to woodland in Everton...


Plans for nearly 500 homes on fields at the edge of Ringwood

Plans for nearly 500 homes on fields at the edge of Ringwood

Plans for nearly 500 homes on fields at the edge of Ringwood

PLANS have been unveiled by a developer to build nearly 500 homes over fields on the edge of Ringwood ...


Appeal sees green light for £1.5 million eco home after national park rejected plans

Appeal sees green light for £1.5 million eco home after national park rejected plans

Appeal sees green light for £1.5 million eco home after national park rejected plans

THE son of a former New Forest MP said he was “delighted” after winning an appeal to build a £1.5m eco home on a controversial Brockenhurst site that was once proposed as a stadium for medieval-style jousting tournaments...


Future of Christchurch Waitrose under threat as car park sale is rejected

Future of Christchurch Waitrose under threat as car park sale is rejected

Future of Christchurch Waitrose under threat as car park sale is rejected

CHRISTCHURCH is in danger of losing its Waitrose store after the town’s councillors voted not to sell the adjoining car park...


Plan for homes at Steamer Point rejected despite being recommended for approval

Plan for homes at Steamer Point rejected despite being recommended for approval

Plan for homes at Steamer Point rejected despite being recommended for approval

COUNCILLORS have refused planning permission for the controversial redevelopment of the Steamer Point site in Christchurch with 26 flats and houses...


Plans submitted to move New Forest village shop after 100 years

Plans submitted to move New Forest village shop after 100 years

Plans submitted to move New Forest village shop after 100 years

PLANS have been submitted to secure the future of a New Forest village store by relocating it to the local hall...


Waterside railway – 'time is now right' to look at reopening, says county council

Waterside railway – 'time is now right' to look at reopening, says county council

Waterside railway – 'time is now right' to look at reopening, says county council

THE potential return of passengers to the Waterside railway remains on track after the Hampshire County Council backed more exploratory work...


Iconic Brockenhurst hotel to downsize as B&B with tearooms

Iconic Brockenhurst hotel to downsize as B&B with tearooms

Iconic Brockenhurst hotel to downsize as B&B with tearooms

AN iconic Brockenhurst hotel looks set to downsize to become a bed-and-breakfast with tearooms under plans approved by the national park authority...


Developer must stump up £1.7m to expand schools if given green light for 400 homes in Fordingbridge

Developer must stump up £1.7m to expand schools if given green light for 400 homes in Fordingbridge

Developer must stump up £1.7m to expand schools if given green light for 400 homes in Fordingbridge

A £1.7M contribution to expand local schools will be needed if a developer is granted permission to build just over 400 new homes in Fordingbridge, according to Hampshire County Council...


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