Jumpers and St Catherine's Hill Residents' Association


Planning

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Planning Applications in the Commons Ward Status Report May 2021

Hurn Way Care Home

Refusal notice

Hurn Way care home

Construction of a care home with associated parking, access and landscaping on land at no.74 Hurn Way and to the rear of nos.66 - 72 and 76 Hurn Way Hurn Way Christchurch BH23 2PD.

To see the Application details use reference 8/19/1589

St Catherine's Hill land sales

Development on land on the corner of The Grove and Barrack Road

Outline planning application for a block of 51 flats and 4 dwellinghouses with associated parking

Grove flats

To see the Application details use reference 8/21/0410

Proposed Hurn Incinerator

Location - Eco Composting Ltd Chapel Lane Christchurch BH23 6BG

Hurn eco plant

Proposed development comprising the installation of a low carbon Energy Recovery Facility for the generation of electricity and heat through a low-emission thermal process using residual waste; including a new administration building and associated car parking area; associated reconfiguration of existing and permitted uses; an increase in permitted waste throughput; landscaping and associated works.

To see the Application details use reference 8/21/0207

Public land and buildings map

This shows publicly owned or occupied land and property assets in Dorset, including Bournemouth and Poole.

Government Guide to Calling-in planning applications

A Guide to Public Speaking at Planning Control Committee

Neighbourhood Planning

A new way for communities to decide the future of the places where they live and work.


town centre
ChristchurchTown Centre Strategy

Christchurch Hospital

Marsh Lane School

Druitt Hall and Gardens

Gypsies

Localism Act

Road Improvements

SE Dorset Transport plan

Before becoming involved in an objection to a planning application, we should be mindful of:
  1. the attitude of local residents who are members of The Association;
  2. whether or not a point of principle is involved as we should not become involved in spats between two neighbours over matters of taste but should only object to development that damages our overall environment;
  3. whether or not CBC or local Councillors are likely to refuse permission, there being no point in objecting just for the sake of it. In other words there must be proper, relevant, grounds for objection;
  4. whether or not an appeal to Bristol against a refusal was likely to succeed, it being counterproductive to put CBC to needless expense.

The coalition Government has largely put a stop to the back garden grabbing that caused so much ill will and did much to increase population density and bring the local road system under even greater strain. In the current economic climate this means that the number of on-going developments at any one time is now quite small.

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