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Friday 9th Sep 2016

Residents will soon have the opportunity to review and discuss potential plans for a new mixed-use development in the north of Poole which could potentially provide 2,500 much needed family homes. 

A series of public consultations are about to go live in venues across the Borough of Poole where the developers are looking forward to meeting interested members of the public. As part of this process a new website has been launched to outline the scheme which includes a new school, surgery and other community facilities.  

We would recommend that those wishing to attend the exhibitions find it useful to visit the website in advance at for further information.

Consultation dates are as follows:

 13 September : 3pm to 8pm                        Bearwood Community Centre  

15 September : 12 noon to 5pm                   Poole Library, Dolphin Centre

19 September : 3pm to 8pm                        The Spire (Methodist Church), Poole High Street

20 September : 3pm to 8pm                        Canford Cliffs Village Hall

22 September : 3pm to 8pm                        Oakdale Community Partnership Centre

27 September : 1pm to 5pm                        Community Room, Tesco Fleetsbridge

29 September :  3pm to 8pm                       Canford Magna Centre


Planning Consultant, Brett Spiller of Chapman Lily Planning said: ‘This is an important scheme which will impact the whole borough, hence why we decided to host consultation events in all corners of Poole.

‘‘We hope that residents from across the town will wish to learn more about what we are potentially planning for the future of Poole. We believe our scheme offers benefits in supporting the local authority’s housing targets without impacting existing height and mass issues in existing built up areas. Therefore we feel it will be of interest to anyone and not just those in the Canford Magna area, to attend.’’