@Diana Mond , possibly.....sigh!
@D.Mond using your 1% of population figure - do you also thnk it fair that 100% of the population get that large chunk of the lawn taken away from them by a decision made from a survey of only approx 5% of the population? (and before anyone bangs on about democracy it's also democracy that allows petitions if you don't agree with a decision made by your elected representatives)
Re your last sentence DM. Do you have any proof to substantiate that allegation?
It's up to 121 signatures now. 1% of the Dawlish population. No wonder she's gone begging to the Gazette for publicity!
To all those who have concerns about the format of the original questionnaire and how the answers to that format were subsequently used to argue for a playpark on the lawn. Whilst I do not know, and am in no way involved in, the editorial decision of what gets published and what does not get published in the Gazette I feel pretty sure that the recent petition set up by Alison Foden may ...
They are it will be in safe hands with John Gay. He has been using it for years as seating for his customers i presume he will now be paying a rent.
I've been away for a while and have had restricted access to emails which may account for the fact that I missed reading this response from an officer at TDC sent to me the day after my letter was published in the Gazette. Here is part of the TDC email response. It gives answers to my questions of 1) who owns the countryside park and 2) who would be paying for its maintenance. It seems that ...
In the latest Dawlish Post, in the public notices section found on page 72, can be found the following; " Notice is hereby given etc etc that TDC intends to dispose of an interest in two areas of open space at the following locations: Pavilion at Forde Park, Newton Abbot and Site between Brunswick Place and Dawlish Water, Dawlish (approx 284 square metres) by way of a 5 year ...
If anyone is intersted, the point to points that were scheduled at Black Forest. Two have gone to Ottry st Mary and one has gone to Tavistock. Ottery 19th Nov 2017 and 14th April 2018. Not sure of the date at Tavistock.
I agree, seems very straightforward.