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1 Bournemouth Civic Society AGM 2012 Wednesday 4 th April Chairman’s Report

2 Committee 2011 The Committee elected last year to take forward the Society’s work and activities is: John Barker – President & Newsletter Editor Chairman – Ken Mantock Jean Bird – Deputy Chairman 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 – Alan Brown Without Portfolio – John Walker, Shirley McKenna

3 Monthly Committee Meetings Apologies Munutes 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

4 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, Pier Theatre, Punshon, Navitus Windfarm Listed Buildings in decline - Throop Mill, Throop UR Church and Manse Boscombe - Surf Reef, Argos Building, The Crescent, Overcliff Drive, BCCA Travellers’ Sites – Throop and The Lansdowne Draft National Planning Policy Guidance – 1200 pages to 50’ish. Localism and Neighbourhood Planning Supporting Civic Voice – AGM in Sheffield, Workshop in Bristol Organising and taking part in visits, lunch clubs and talks. Planning for Civic Society 40 th Anniversary in November 2012

5 Russell Cotes Art Gallery and Museum Summer Arrives Early

6 Leafy Suburbs - Southbourne Typical of what makes Bournemouth special

7 Southbourne Overcliffe Drive Churchill Retirement Living

8 Boscombe Manor Sandbanks style arrives

9 Boscombe Overcliffe Drive Another one bites the dust

10 View of Bay toward Hengistbury Head What makes Bournemouth special

11 Boscombe Fine period buildings

12 Pokesdown Mary Portas Initiative

13 The Crescent - Boscombe Remodelling and regeneration

14 Boscombe Bay Surf Reef and Pier

15 East Cliff Villas amongst the pines

16 Dereliction 10 years and running!

17 East Overcliff Drive Hotels

18 East Cliff Old and new

19 Bournemouth Bay Navitus Windfarm

20 End of Pier Show Theatre to close

21 Pavilion Renovated facade

22 Pavilion Next phase of renovation

23 Westover Road Nautillus Scheme

24 Waterfront Complex - IMAX Likely to be demolished

25 Red Square Town Centre Area Action Plan

26 Punshon New Hotel

27 Hotel Training School New Hotel

28 Priory Road/Beacon Road Redevelopment suggested

29 Westbourne Tesco

30 Westbourne The shape of things to come?

31 Sandbourne Road Original Villa’s

32 Bath Road Christdelphinian Church

33 Maderia Road Student accommodation

34 Moordown Halifax Memorial

35 Greenbelt near Berry Hill Travellers Site nearby

36 Muscliffe Cottage Civic Day Walks

37 Throop UR Church Uncertain Future

38 The Manse, Throop Uncertain Future

39 Throop Mill Uncertain future

40 Throop Mill What are Heygate’s plans?

41 Kinson Redevelopment

42 Keeper’s Cottage Summer 2011

43 Keeper’s Cottage Summer 2011

44 Netanya Bournemouth Twin Town

45 Netanya Rather like our East Cliff?

46 Photographer’s Driver Thanks to David

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