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It has been calling and flying around the Oak Hill area.

APPLICATION WITHDRAWN
17 Sep 2014

Never been against a replacement bandstand or a stage like structure, don't belong to any mob or entrenched against any change - just dont agree with diminishing public open spaces,  for whatever reasons. Not sure I like your style JC - where is the love?   END

17 Sep 2014

Pehaps I dont have a back yard and that is why I value public open spaces.   Is that such a bad ethos?

17 Sep 2014

The application is withdrawn but the cultural pavilion is now permitted development. Many posts believe that the people of Dawlish have some sort of say in proposed developments by way of a two-way consultation.  If this is the case then what is SUSTRANS up to?   Have they consulted with Devon County Council yet, Teignbridge? Dawlish Town Council?    Where is the visitor centre/cycle hub going ...

The bandstand structure yes, but not the arena.

15 Sep 2014

I like the design of the Glasgow Band stand. It would be well suited. I wonder if the present Mayor would be prepared to sign his name to the latest comment signed by all the previous Mayors.   Reading between the lines of several posts in this and other discussions I am also wondering ....... exactly what is Sustrans up to and who with?

15 Sep 2014

Which came first the consultation or the planning application and who is/are the NIMBY brigade that you are referring to

15 Sep 2014

@Judith Chalmers Please can you explain your last post

15 Sep 2014

@ALL THE DAWLISH TOWN COUNCILLORS ...  a copy of a comment on the planning application website. For attention of CEO Dear Ms Burbeck, We the undersigned, all having served as mayors of Dawlish over several decades, wish to bring the following proposal forward for your consideration. We ask that TDC, as freehold owner of the Lawn, agrees to ...

15 Sep 2014

Thank you to Mr Clayson for your post it was very informative. So, the large central space and the character of the area locally known as the 'Lawn' falls foul to half baked ideas of regeneration.    Heaven help our open spaces!

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