Hazard Areas Branksome Park, Poole

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Vicky Moss who has joined the BPCCRA Executive committee is making an immediate impact to the benefit of all residents in Branksome Park and Canford Cliffs. Please read her recent email to Andy Hadley of the Poole Peoples Party who holds a transport brief. Andy, Thank you for your reply and I appreciate the work the Unity Alliance are putting in to promoting sustainable travel with the bid … Read More

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Unified Council

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BPCCRA President John Sprackling attended the first cabinet meeting of the new Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Unified Council on the 13th June. John says, “We now have sight of The Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole Council’s first version of their Organisational Chart. The chart shows how the organisation is structured to deliver services to the public. But it omits to identify the Tier 1 officer, Graham Farrant, the Chief … Read More

Association continues to grow

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Dear Members, The Executive Committee is pleased is pleased to announce the appointment of Jackie Heap, with immediate effect, to the role of Assistant Treasurer. Our Residents Association continues to go from strength to strength. There is a steady stream of new members joining through our magazine, the web site and our advert running in the Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter. Its is very gratifying to have new members coming … Read More

Continuing ‘saga’ of Beach Road car park

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The Report of Strategic Director (Place) headed ‘Town Centre North redevelopment proposal’ and presented at the Cabinet meeting on 17 April 2018 said “The initial reports on viability of the scheme indicated that the council should ring–fence, where possible, the capital receipts or potential development opportunity presented by certain sites in the periphery of the Borough of Poole. Following further work to understand the development opportunities the Council … Read More

A History of Branksome Park as told by H.S. Gibbs

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The memories of my early days in Branksome Park made a lasting impression which I shall never forget because the scene was so peaceful and unspoilt. When I came back to Bournemouth from time to time it was to see small parts of our beautiful district steadily being altered by what was termed improvements. These changes were barely noticeable at the time when we had long hot summers, … Read More

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