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Core Strategy Options for Considerations - Area Profiles

Area profiles have been prepared as part of the Local Development Framework to inform the development of the Core Strategy Options for Consideration document. They look in detail at the key facts and issues facing specific areas within Christchurch and East Dorset. The area profiles include details on existing community facilities, retail, housing, transport and employment provision.

The area profile documents are split into specific areas and those available are listed below:

Christchurch

  1. Burton Area Profile October 2010
  2. Christchurch Town Centre Area Profile October 2010
  3. Grange Area Profile October 2010
  4. Highcliffe Area Profile October 2010
  5. Hurn Area Profile October 2010
  6. Mudeford and West Highcliffe Area Profile October 2010
  7. Portfield and Jumpers Area Profile October 2010
  8. Purewell and Stanpit Area Profile October 2010

East Dorset

  1. Corfe Mullen Area Profile October 2010
  2. East Dorset Rural Area Profile October 2010
  3. Ferndown and West Parley Area Profile October 2010
  4. St Leonards and St Ives Area Profile October 2010
  5. Verwood Area Profile October 2010
  6. West Moors Area Profile October 2010
  7. Wimborne and Colehill Area Profile October 2010

Evidence Studies

In addition to the key issue papers and area profiles, Christchurch and East Dorset Councils have undertaken a number of evidence studies in order to better understand the potential impacts of our Local Development Frameworks, which includes the Core Strategy Options for Consideration document.

The evidence studies provide credible and robust evidence with which to inform the options proposed in the Core Strategy.

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