BCTC News



Check before you travel

Works start again in earnest from Monday. Ensure you look at A338.com for all the latest info and updates. Encourage staff to (where possible!)… Car share Cycle in Work from home Review shift patterns

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A338 FAQs

Background The current roadworks are part of the £20 million Bournemouth International Growth Programme to improve the A338 and B3073 corridors – aimed at facilitating better access into and around Bournemouth Airport as well as improving journey times and unlocking employment land at Aviation Business Park and at Wessex Fields. We are aware these works […]

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A338/Blackwater Improvements start  3 September

Over £20 million of investment is helping fund a series of highway improvements along the A338 and B3073 corridors aimed at facilitating better access into and around Bournemouth Airport as well as unlocking employment land at Aviation Business Park and at Wessex Fields. Work stars on 3 September 2018 on the A338 auxiliary lane. The works […]

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We need a Web Designer!

The BCTC are working with Businesses, Charities, Bournemouth Council, Leading Business Organisations and the Arts University to encourage businesses to be more corporately socially responsible. These organisations have direct links to 22,000 businesses in Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch. We have created a separate Social Enterprise – Corporate Social Responsibility Awards – which is a community interest company. We would […]

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Leave only Footprints

As Bournemouth and Poole continues to welcome hundreds of thousands of people to their award-winning beaches in the current heatwave, the two resorts have launched a campaign that aims to encourage residents, visitors and workers to be more environmentally aware, particularly in relation to waste disposal on the seafront. Under the banner, Leave Only Footprints, […]

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Balanced Budget

End of year figures reported to Bournemouth’s Cabinet (24 May) show an overall underspend of £227,000 for 2017/18. This means the council has achieved a balanced or better budget for eleven consecutive years. Cllr John Beesley, Leader of the Council and Cabinet Member for Resources said, “It is not without significant effort on the part of Members […]

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Funding for rough sleepers

Targeted work to support rough sleepers in the town has been given a boost with almost £400,000 awarded to the Council. A total of £387,500 has been awarded following a successful bid for a share of government’s national £30M pot that was identified for 2018/19 to help Councils further support vulnerable rough sleepers. This funding […]

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Funding boost to support and prevent rough sleepers in Bournemouth

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Targeted work to support rough sleepers in the town has been given a boost with almost £400,000 awarded to the Council. A total of £387,500 has been awarded following a successful bid for a share of government’s national £30M pot that was identified for 2018/19 to help Councils further support vulnerable rough sleepers. This funding […]

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WHAT HAS TOURISM EVER DONE FOR BOURNEMOUTH & POOLE?

New campaign & infographic highlights value of tourism to local economy In the afterglow of the busiest bank holiday yet, statistics released by Bournemouth & Poole Tourism Management Board have revealed the staggering numbers behind the industry’s value to the local economy – with total visitor numbers for the year estimated at 11.2m and a […]

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