With dog poo bins all over the beach front in Mudeford, Christchurch, why do dog walkers use a restaurant’s waste disposal as a means for their pooches muck? The Noisy Lobster’s retaliation to the situation has however caused a little bit of trouble with the local council. Shauna Burnett reports.
Bournemouth City Council have released a planning application as part of the Bournemouth International Growth programme to build a junction and link road from the A338 to Wessex Fields. The plan proposes to create an additional access to the Royal Bournemouth Hospital site, which will improve traffic flow on the usually heavy congested A338. Wessex […]
East Dorset Friends of the Earth has slamed plans for the Studland oil well. Co-odinator of EDFoE Angela Pooley says it could be “devastating” to the Dorset coast. Just two years after the proposal of notorious NavitusBay wind farm, Dorset faces yet another environmental threat with the plans for an Oil drill just off the […]
Buskers in Bournemouth could be facing a ban from performing as a result of complaints from local businesses. The Bournemouth Council are looking to introduce a PSPA (Public Space Protection Order), which will prohibit busking in certain areas, namely around Bournemouth Pavilion and Old Christchurch Road. Councillor David Smith spoke to BUzz news, and explained […]
A little insight into Treehouse Digital, one of a handful of small film studios based in Bournemouth. This package asks why Bournemouth is becoming a hub for film-making and visual effects, especially being so close to London. Package by: Heidi Merrony
Christchurch council could opt not to join Government plans for two new unitary authorities in Dorset. The ‘Future Dorset’ plan, which is supported by Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government Sajid Javid, would see Dorset’s nine councils replaced by the new unitary authorities. However, Christchurch council have expressed doubts about the idea […]
More than 600 people have signed up for the Big Commuter Challenge. Organised by Bournemouth Council, the scheme challenges people to use other modes of transport such as bikes, buses or switch to car sharing. Our Buzz reporter Josh Wilde, asked the public whether they would be willing to share a car with a stranger.