Sandbanks Beach

Tourist attractions: Covid 19.

Welcome to our  Sandbanks Magazine website, if you are interested in promoting your business when the lockdown is over it will be a pleasure to help, contact our marketing department.

Being one of the top spots in the world to live attracts not only the rich and famous!!

Traffic to our website, which is currently only in its development stages and running live demos to evaluate it’s potential is proving that Sandbanks is a very popular place to read about.

Information to date indicates that the website traffic will be very attractive to estate agents and property developers which is of course no surprise.

This naturally attracts the classic cars, fine wine and dine establishments, therefore attractive advertising rates and prime positions will be available for the initial stages of the website.

There is only one estate agents in Sandbanks, however within a radius of a mile or so you will find numerous property agents located in Lilliput, Canford Cliffs, Branksome Park and Lower Parkstone.

Sandbanks properties are featured on the country’s leading  agencies, however local knowledge is important for this sought after area, which we hope to provide via our planned features.

Plans for a 2,000-seater beach sports stadium in Sandbanks have been turned down by planning chiefs.

Developer and former AFC Bournemouth chairman Eddie Mitchell submitted the plans to develop the current pavilion site.

The scheme, which also included 44 beach huts, was rejected by Poole Borough Council’s planning committee.

The application was turned down due to parking concerns, the impact on wildlife and loss of open space.

The stadium had been recommended for approval.

Mr Mitchell said he is considering appealing the decision.

He added: “It’s disappointing; we wanted to restore the pavilion to its former glory. I think the people of Poole deserve better.”

The scheme’s sand-based stadium had been set out to host beach soccer, beach volleyball, concerts, performing arts events and, during the winter, an ice-rink.