The plan, which was announced today, aims to help improve the area with a focus on protecting the local heritage and improving housing.
The Neighbourhood Plan Forum is a community approach to local planning policies and residents are invited to get involved and suggest ideas.
The forum, which was set up in 2011, plan to tackle overcrowding, poor quality parks and rundown shops.
Harry Seccombe, the chairman of the forum, says the proposal is to secure a better future for the generations to come.
Although the area already has a number of regeneration plans in place, the group believe that there is little coordination between Pokesdown and Boscombe and their plans will bring the two communities together.
Harry also explains that planning within the community allows developments that are well thought out.
Harry says that protecting Boscombe and Pokesdown’s heritage is a big part of the plan, as well as building 110 more homes per year to prevent overcrowding.
The team are considering the possibility of new leisure facilities in the area and they’re also keen to improve sustainability.
The forum are hosting a pop-up shop in the Sovereign Centre in Boscombe every Thursday and Saturday until March 3rd.
The team will also be hosting historical walks around the local area to educate residents on Boscombe and Pokesdown’s heritage.