一個委員會被敦促 "儘快 "為參加墮胎診所的婦女提供一個受保護的空間。
該組織已向議會申請公共空間保護令（PSPO）--一種受法律保護的空間--以 "儘快 "在診所周圍建立一個緩衝區。
A council is being urged to bring in a protected space for women attending an abortion clinic "as soon as possible".
Rachel Clarke, from BPAS, said they have been calling on BCP Council for action over the daily vigils outside the clinic for more than five years.
The authority said it was looking at options to "consider the way forward".
"In 2017 I sat down with the clinic, the council and the police to find a solution, absolutely nothing has happened.
Pro-choice campaigners had hoped buffer zones would become the norm but only two more have been created in England since Ealing's in 2018.
Anti-abortion campaigners stand near the entrance of the Bournemouth clinic in Ophir Road so that anyone arriving or leaving has to walk past them.
The group has petitioned the council for a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) - a legally-protected space - to create a buffer zone around the clinic "as soon as possible".
The e-petition attracted more than 2,300 signatures - enough for it to be referred for debate at a meeting of the full council.
In a statement, BCP Council said: "We are in the process of finalising an options appraisal which will be presented to the interested parties shortly to consider the way forward.
"One of which is to launch public consultation on a PSPO for the vicinity immediately around the Bournemouth BPAS Clinic.