|Please note: The Centre Partnership is now known as the Highcliffe Village
This is to remove confusion with the acronym HCP, which already is used
by the Highcliffe Charity Players.
The Village Partnership is temporarily inactive, but can be reached through the Residents Association contacts, which can be found on their website http://highclifferesidents.co.uk/
|The Partnership was proposed in February 2014, just after the successful
first meeting of Highcliffe Traders Association (HOSTA), as a way of bringing
all interested parties together to explore ways to improve and enhance
the centre of Highcliffe, for the benefit of residents, traders, other
village businesses, and visitors.
This proposal also followed the initial study by ex Highcliffe councillor
Malcolm Mawbey, in which he sought to indentify problems and issues with
the centre of the village.
The report makes interesting reading:
Review of Highcliffe Shopping Centre
The first meeting was held on Thursday, 6 March, and a considerable number
of business representatives, local councillors, and other interested parties
attended. The initial agenda is below, but the main item was to discuss
the feasability of the idea.
Agenda of First Meeting (7 March 2014)
Also up for discussion was a proposed Core Strategy, distilled by Malcolm
Mawbey from the Christchurch & East Dorset Core Strategu, which includes
a plan of the area under discussion.
Highcliffe District Centre
The meeting was successful, and regular meetings have been held since,
with much work and investigation being put into the many suggestions proposed
Minutes of the Partnership meetings since are available below for your
interest. Also available are various other files produced and aquired,
which may shed some more light on the issues involved.
|To see minutes from meetings from 2014 and 2015, plus older reports and
petitions, Click HERE.
|Minutes (12 April 2016)
No meeting in March
Minutes (9 February 2016)
Minutes (12 January 2016)
|Annual Report 2015-2016
On Street Parking Report
Vision for Highcliffe Exhibition - The Results
Case for 20 mph Limit Through Highcliffe, Revised
Wortley Road Car Park Report
Annual Report 2014-2015
Forming a Parish Council