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Controversial St Michael's Trading Estate plans could be determined in Bridport

PLANS: Initial proposals for the redevelopment of St Micahel's Trading Estate, Picture: Ferguson Mann Architects

CONTROVERSIAL plans to redevelop a trading estate could be determined in Bridport after campaigners called for the planning committee to meet in the town, rather than Dorchester.

7:39am Wednesday 22 March 2017

Premier League clubs criticised over disability access

The Premier League has defended its clubs in the row over disability access

The Premier League has been urged to stop making "excuses" by the Equality and Human Rights Commission after publishing its interim report on disability access at clubs' grounds.

5:25pm Wednesday 1 February 2017

Community art studio facing closure unless they can find new premises. Can you help?

Artisan community art studio director and lead artist Pauline Stanley who is looking for new premises after Bournemouth Council have decided to take back the building..

BOURNEMOUTH’S only community art studio will have to close unless it can find new premises.

5:06am Wednesday 1 February 2017

Premier League clubs criticised in report into disabled access

West Ham have been criticised over the level of disabled access at the London Stadium

Premier League clubs could face heavy fines and even points deductions if they fail to meet an August deadline to become compliant with disability access requirements, according to a report by the Culture, Media and Sport select committee.

7:24am Monday 16 January 2017

Premier League clubs criticised in report into disabled access

The report states that four clubs - Chelsea, Liverpool, Crystal Palace and Bournemouth - are likely to miss the deadline

Premier League clubs could face heavy fines and even points deductions if they fail to meet an August deadline to become compliant with disability access requirements, according to a report by the Culture, Media and Sport select committee.

12:05am Monday 16 January 2017

Refurbishment of Civic Centre reception will cost council £245,000

Poole Civic Centre

COUNCIL bosses have approve plans to spend nearly £250,000 refurbishing Poole Civic Centre reception - which would include a new self-service kiosk, children's play zone and baby changing facilities.

5:10am Monday 16 January 2017

Church undergoes £40,000 transformation thanks to donation

St Barnabas Church in Mount Pleasant Drive has been transformed with a new extension and lift thanks to a £40,000 donation

A CHURCH in Bournemouth has been transformed with a new extension and lift thanks to a £40,000 donation.

5:00am Sunday 25 December 2016

Six years after it was promised, Waitrose bridge is craned into place

Six years after it was promised, Waitrose bridge is craned into place

A LONG-awaited bridge connecting a supermarket to Wimborne town centre has been lifted into place - after a delay of almost six years.

5:12am Saturday 26 November 2016

Christchurch's famous 'locals only' shop set to be converted to dentist

Christchurch's famous 'locals only' shop set to be converted to dentist

PLANS have been unveiled to convert a former shop known for its 'no tourists' policy into a dental surgery.

5:00am Tuesday 15 November 2016

Southern gives workers ultimatum in dispute over rail conductor role

The long-running dispute has caused travel chaos for months

A long-running dispute over the role of rail conductors has dramatically worsened after workers were given a deadline for accepting changes or having their contracts terminated.

10:53am Monday 3 October 2016
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