Poole Quays Forum have complained to BoP on their process in deciding the application for Former James Brothers site, Station Road, Hamworthy.
Complaint of No Confidence (12/9/2017)
Borough of Poole is inviting members of the public to submit their questions
regarding public toilets in Poole to its Place Overview and Scrutiny
Members of the committee will discuss the recent closure of some public
toilet facilities in Poole at a meeting on Wednesday 19 July.
Questions must not exceed 100 words and must be submitted to the
Borough of Poole Democratic Services Manager either by:
Email - to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Letter - addressed to Pauline Gill, Democratic Services
Manager, Civic Centre, Poole BH15 2RU
The Trustees have issued the following press statement.
POOLE’S NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN IS MADE!
Following the very positive result from the Neighbourhood Plan Referendum on 2nd February, Poole Borough Council confirmed last night that the Poole Quays Forum’s Plan is now officially ‘made’. This means that, with immediate effect, the Plan becomes part of the Development Plan for the area. Going forward, developers working within the Plan area will have to demonstrate they have taken into account the aims and policies set out in the Plan when preparing their planning applications.
PQF Trustees have commented “We are delighted that the Poole Quays Forum Neighbourhood Plan has now been adopted by the Council and will form part of the Development Plan for the area.
It has been a long, and at times challenging, but always interesting project. We would like to thank the many people who have invested their time, energy and expertise in this successful outcome. It has been a real community effort, with local residents, business people, and planning professionals all volunteering their time to the cause. We are also grateful to the Borough for their assistance in guiding us through the process.
Now that the Neighbourhood Plan is made part of the Development Plan we look forward to working constructively with developers, Council planners, local businesses and the community in achieving the aims and objectives of the Plan, to make this area a better place in which to work, live and play.”
PQF's Neighbourhood Plan passes its independent examination.
Click here for:
Examiners report (23/9/2016)
BoP presentation (16/9/2016)
Statement released to Bournemouth Echo (26/9/2016)
INSPECTOR WELCOMES POOLE’S NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN
At a meeting of Poole Quays Forum last night (20.09.16), members were thrilled to hear that their draft Neighbourhood Plan had received a positive response from the Department of the Environment’s inspectorate. Borough of Poole’s Head of Planning, Stephen Thorne, made the announcement during a presentation on the Borough’s Local Plan refresh. He told the audience that whilst the Inspector had called for a number of detailed amendments, the document had been judged fundamentally sound. Mr Thorne praised the Forum for all its hard work in reaching this stage, and confirmed that the Borough would work closely with PQF in the coming weeks to address the amendments required. Once ratified by the Council, residents and businesses within the Plan area will get the chance to vote upon its adoption, early in 2017.
PQF Chair, Bill Constance, said “Tonight PQF and its members have taken a significant step forwards. The Plan took a great deal of time and effort to prepare, over almost three years, so this news is a significant milestone and puts local people well on the road to having a meaningful say in the future development of our Town”.
Report to PQF Trustees Meeting 9th August 2016
(Chair) Poole Quays Forum 9th August 2016
Our 6 week consultation exercise ends.
The last event of the Regulation 14 Consultation period was held on Saturday 14th March 2015.
It was well attended by 117 visitors.
In total, approaching 500 people have visited the temporary shop at Orchard Plaza, Poole during the 6 week consultation period.
We are delighted to announce that at the Borough of Poole Cabinet Meeting last night (09.07.13), our application to form a Neighbourhood Forum (known as POOLE QUAYS FORUM) was passed unaninmously. We are extremely pleased with this outcome and wish to thank everyone who has supported us through this process.