The Society was founded in 1944 to serve the people of Weymouth, Portland and surrounding areas.
We aim to stimulate public interest in the environment within the Weymouth & Portland area, particularly the built environment, and to promote higher standards of planning and architecture in the area.
We work to secure the preservation, protection, development and improvement of features of historic, public or natural interest in the area.
Activities The Society monitors planning applications in the area, and makes observations and offers opinions to the local authorities. More details are to be found on the activities and planning pages.
at St Nicholas Church Hall Buxton Road Annual General Meeting
Please come along and participate in the Election of Society Officers and hear about our recent activities and plans for the future.
All ideas and suggestions welcome!
Current Planning Issues . . .
Visit our Planning pages to find out more about some of the key planning matters which are currently live. Please let us have your views, and help us to assist our hard working local Councillors by offering constructive comment from a cross section of the local community (us!) on a wide range of difficult to resolve planning issues. Prominent amongst them at the moment is the Town Centre Masterplan (panel above).
Newsletter The Society issues a quarterly Newsletter. Please click here to download a copy of the latest edition (pdf file).
Click button above to visit Dorset-For-You Planning Search page
Leased by the Civic Society from the local council, the fort is operated by a small professional management team supported by an army of volunteers. Click here or the picture below to go direct to the Fort website.
Please Join Us - Become a Member To join the Society, please contact our membership secretary at email@example.com, come along to one of our meetings, or download an an application form (click the green button below) and return it by post to the address on the form.
We meet regularly at 7-30 pm on the 3rd Monday of each month at the St Nicholas Hall, Buxton Road (please check the programme). All are welcome - members and non-members.
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