If it is not taken up it can become another block of flats for Teign Housing just like the ones across the road.
Excellent submittion but will TDC hide behind "but the goverment have told us to build this number" as per usual.
In addition to the wholesale destruction of farm land most of it grade 1 there will be the unrelenting pressure to build a by pass around Starcross and Kenton taking away yet more farmland and in the process possibly releasing yet more land for housing development. I also think it is about time that the goverment put into law that councils can set by law the percentage of affordable for each and ...
Or it will change to a block of flats and be counted as affordable or part rent part buy. That's what happened on the Redrow site.
1263 the reserves are mainly held for protection of the pension fund. Teignbridge accounts showed I think three years ago that they managed to find an extra 1 million pounds to pay into the staff pension fund, this was at a time when they were closing toilets and cutting services.
On the other hand how much would it cost if they did not use the Wavewalker, and how long would it take.
I have just had to pay £150 before I have even seen the dentist as a private patient. Seems they are all on the same now.
According to the letter in the Gazette this week it was due to health reasons.
@Margaret Swift better for wind farms to be at sea than all over our country side.
Signs posted in sandy lane recycling states that if you leave recycling outside of the container (because its full) then this will be treated as fly tipping and if caught you will be prosecuted. It states that you should take it to another recycling point and also phone the council to report that the container is full. Why not ask the council employee who collects the money from the parking ...