Monthly Archives: February 2013
A man was stuck in the mud at Sheps Hollow in Swanage this weekend. When walking out of Swanage it is best to take note of closed areas.
Scientist Alan Heasman claims he can prove that the wind turbines planned off the Bournemouth coast will appear substantially taller than has been shown by the promotors.
The Environment Agency has launched a six week public consultation on future plans for managing tidal flood risk and coastal erosion along part of the Bournemouth Coast Path. The draft Poole and Wareham Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy … Continue reading
The wind farm planned off the Bournemouth coast is now subject to a third consultation which runs from this month to Easter. The turbines are now to be 12 miles off shore rather than 10. But the coast is not … Continue reading
The IMAX, which has long blighted the coastal entrance to the entrance to Bournemouth’s main chine, is being demolished. Work is under way and can be followed on the Bournemouth Council website. Meanwhile the Echo has a report on the … Continue reading