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April 4, 2017

Although the deadline of midnight on Monday April 3rd 2017 to send in your comments on the Local Plan Issues and Options has now passed, information is still available about the issues.This page gives you all the background information on the review process, this is the Issues and Options paper itself. 

The planners are asking these questions specifically relating to Lyme Regis in the local plan review:

  • Lyme Regis has grown at an average of 15 dwellings per year over the last 5 years. Given the constrained nature of the Lyme Regis area, should we plan for a lower level of growth or maintain the current level of growth?

  • Are there any additional issues related to the development of the site options  identified in the Plan?

  • What are the infrastructure requirements for the development of the site options, individually or in combination with others?

  • Do you agree that the vast majority of the additional growth proposed for the period up to 2036 should be accommodated at Dorc...

March 21, 2017

The report from Adrian on recent LymeForward work, prepared for the Partnership meeting on Thursday 23rd March is available.

March 15, 2017

was held on Thursday March 23rd, 2.00pm at Woodmead Halls.

This is the agenda , Coordinator's Report, and the Minutes

March 1, 2017

Have your say by March 15th on possible powers against people feeding seagulls and on whether and when dogs should be banned from which beach.

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Chris Tipping is LymeForward Manager.

He can be contacted directly at manager@lymeforward.com

Future Dates

​Lyme Regis, Charmouth & Uplyme Memory Cafe


Wed 19th February 2020

2.00pm - 3.30pm

at the Football Club

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The Foodbank


continues to operate on Wednesdays 10.00am to 12.00 at the Hub.


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LymeForward is registered as a Community Interest Company No 10381732

Financially supported by Lyme Regis Town Council and Dorset Council

with additional support from Charmouth & Uplyme Parish Councils