Modernising to stay on top

Modernising to stay on top

Modernising to stay on top

First published in Opinion

THE skyline of Bournemouth is changing. New buildings have sprung up alongside the Wessex Way.

A Hilton Hotel will perch on Terrace Mount next year. The £50m Licet development at the Exeter Road NCP site could now go ahead after Bournemouth council cleared the way. And the East Cliff could soon look different if plans revealed by the Quantum Group and featured in today’s paper, are realised. The modernisation of the town continues. And that is what will keep Bournemouth as the UK’s leading resort at the heart of a vibrant and successful conurbation.

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11:53am Wed 23 Jul 14

Redgolfer says...

Who on earth wrote that piece, no name, no idea and what has the council's decision to give away more of our land to do with the artist impression of what the East Cliff MIGHT look like ???
Who on earth wrote that piece, no name, no idea and what has the council's decision to give away more of our land to do with the artist impression of what the East Cliff MIGHT look like ??? Redgolfer
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