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1 Bournemouth Civic Society AGM 2014 Wednesday 2 nd April Chairman’s Report

2 Committee 2013/14 The Committee elected last year to take forward the Society’s work and activities is: John Barker – President & Newsletter Editor Chairman – Ken Mantock Deputy Chairman – Jean Bird Treasurer – Peter Jackson Minutes Secretary – Paul Newsome Built Environment Officer – John Soane Membership Secretary – Sally Mc Grath Activities Secretaries – Beryl Parker and Keith Barnes Website Officer – Alwyn Ladell Without Portfolio – John Walker, Elaine Cooper, Andre Thomas

3 Committee and Members At The Echo

4 Monthly Committee Meetings Apologies Minutes of last meeting Matters Arising Local Development Framework Built Environment Boscombe Regeneration Planning Applications Planning Board Civic Voice Activities Membership Website Treasurer’s report Any other business Thanks to Paul for hosting us Thanks to all since we are all volunteers with busy lives

5 Big issues we’ve been involved with Seafront Strategy Holdenhurst Village Conservation Area Appraisal Churchill Gardens Conservation Area Appraisal Horseshoe Common Remodelling Three Towns Travel Policy Dean Park Cricket Ground Russell Cotes Museum Tourist Information Office Westover Road Townscape and Public Realm Improvements Bournemouth In Bloom St Peters Church Development Project 1943 Air Raid Commemorations at The Lansdowne Ald Keith Rawlings Collection at Central Library Twinning Trip to Netanya, Israel

6 More big issues we’ve been involved with Local Development Framework – The Bournemouth Plan Town Centre Developments – Pavilion, Nautillus, Winter Gardens, IMAX, Hotel School, Terrace Mount, Leyton Mount, Westover Road Cinemas, Former Bus Station Site, Pier Theatre, Punshon Church, Navitus Windfarm. Listed Buildings at risk - Throop Mill, Throop UR Church and Manse Boscombe - Pokesdown, BCCA, Argos Building, The Crescent, Overcliff Drive, Pokesdown Station. Travellers’ Sites – Throop and The Lansdowne National Planning Policy Guidance – Localism, Green Belt, Farrell Review Supporting Civic Voice Supporting Bournemouth Council for Voluntary Services Supporting National Council for Voluntary Organisations Organising and taking part in visits, lunch clubs and talks.

7 Day to day issues Commenting on planning applications each month Meeting with Mike Holmes – Dir of Planning each quarter Meeting with leading councillors, interested parties, and other local community representatives throughout the year

8 Cliff End Hotel Under scaffolding

9 Seafront Strategy Improvements to facilities

10 Winter Gardens Going to Appeal

11 Pavilion What next after Pavilion Gardens?

12 Westover Road Cinemas

13 Westover Road Good public realm proposals

14 Waterfront Complex - IMAX All gone now

15 Dean Park Cricket Ground For Sale by Cooper Dean Trustees

16 St Peters Church Development Project Underway

17 St Peters Church Resurrection Chapel wider uses

18 St Peters Church Stonework, Wall Paintings, Organ, Heating, Lighting, Sound, Cafe, Grounds improvements

19 Bournemouth Local Plan Annual Monitoring Report, Core Strategy, Town Centre Area Action Plan, and lots more……..Local Development Framework

20 Greenbelt near Berry Hill Travellers Site threat removed here and at The Lansdowne

21 Throop UR Church Uncertain Future

22 The Manse, Throop Uncertain Future

23 Throop Mill Still at risk

24 Local Historian John in Echo with George Fairweather collection

25 Four Civic Society Chairmen Ian Dickens, Jean Bird, John Barker & Ken Mantock

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