Why not? They seem hell bent on spoiling everything else.
Cllr Alan Connett is concerned about the ‘plan to spoil this beautiful country road with its amazing views across Kenton and Starcross and the Exe Estuary’. The road from the estuary village of Starcross rises up through the woodland of Mamhead and leads to the Haldon Hills, but has seen increased use, especially by heavy goods vehicles in recent years. Read more... ...
The service says its current operations would leave pilots exposed as they cannot wear personal protective equipment while operating the aircraft. However, its critical care paramedics will still be able to respond to patients by road with their specialist skills and equipment. Read more... ...
Daniel Force, barkeeper at the Brunswick Arms in Dawlish, said they had been closed for six weeks for a refurbishment. We even had a police officer come in to enforce the closure and make sure we close our doors at midnight." Read more... https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-51978261
Can’t get on to ‘Devon Live’ website since yesterday for any further information.
Restaurants, nightclubs, theatres, and gyms have also been told to close as soon as they reasonably can Prime Minister Boris Johnson says anyone planning a drink on Friday should not to be tempted as the country makes a collective effort to 'push down further' down the curve of the virus. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/exactly-pubs-bars-been-ordered-3969286
The Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust have closed the Dawlish and Totnes MIUs and are now referring anyone with a minor injury to the MIU at Newton Abbot Community Hospital. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/minor-injuries-units-two-devon-3969609
The new rules cover Torbay Hospital and community hospitals at Brixham, Newton Abbot, Dawlish and Totnes. They include only one visitor at a time per bed and no children. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/full-list-devon-hospitals-restricting-3954018
All these tall, narrow houses with lots of stairs - a good bet might be to get shares in stairlifts for people in about 20 years' time.
All they seem interested in is building them as quick as possible and selling them. Chances of anything being completed is slim to none as time goes on, in my opinion. Poor quality and finish....turds with gold plating is my impression of some of these new housing estates. You only have to watch as the houses go up before all the shoddy work is covered in render, from what I have seen on ...