@DEEDOODLE : The Dawlish Warren variant, presumably
Nice pics, but what's the coronavirus doing in nos. 6 & 8?
Waste of time and money. The thing is now irreparable and has become a blot on the landscape of Dawlish. The people living around it must despair. The rot set in when the council allowed the building of a modern estate of houses in the former grounds of a historic property and now there is no going back, however much 'Historic England' would like to.
Personally, I think the current planning application should be passed as something needs to be done about this festering eyesore. What would be the point of the council issuing a Compulsory Purchase Order? It would be another property with no purpose which needs expensive maintenance funded by our Council Tax, in much the same way that the Manor needs ongoing maintenance, mainly due to its age. To ...
Sorry to be a bit pedantic, but it was an Italian captain who abandoned ship (Costa Concordia). Can’t allow the Greeks to be unfairly libelled!
Unfortunately, once planning permission has been granted, it appears that the Planning Department of TDC don't want to know. I am aware that John Petherick lives not far away, also our Mayor, Alison Foden, is just round the corner from the proposed site. Next time I spot one of the lorries causing a traffic hazard and pollution by reversing up Badlake Hill, I will get in touch with them!
This is all very well and covers all behinds but who does one actually contact when something is going on which is in infringement of these conditions?
Thanks Lynne, but judging from previous experience with work being carried out in the area, there is a vast difference between what is promised by developers and planners and what actually occurs once planning permission is granted.
No doubt this will add to the traffic problems at this end of the town.
Heard this rumour a few months back. No doubt it will be made into flats and add to the traffic congestion around the Church Street/Weech Road/Badlake Hill area.