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General Discussion

Seems like it's a bat issue. In the absence of anyone else living there - they decided to move in. When bats are found they cost money to relocate and this can also delay demolition of buildings. All of which bring additional costs to the developer.

17 Aug 2021

There is a posting on Eyes of Dawlish saying that this development is now not proceeding. Anyone any info?

Dawlish Town Council Members want to highlight the following points when considering further development in and around Dawlish Parish. Infrastructure We have serious concerns as to whether the infrastructure of the parish is robust enough to cope with the extra people and cars that the proposed sites, and the large number of new open market houses will bring. We do need to increase the ...

I'm not misunderstanding the Local Plan review. The sites have been put forward by TDC because , as you rightly say, they have been put forward by landowners. And not all land that was put forward by the landowners was subsequently put on the list for consideration in the Local Plan Review Part 2. Furthermore, I agree that not all the land that was put out for consideration in the recent ...

15 Aug 2021

Just taken another look at the land put forward by TDC as possible housing development sites as per the Local Plan Review Part 2. Two of the sites under consideration presently form part of Amity Farm and they are located either side of Orchard Lane, one being above and on the same side as St Mary's cottages and which seems to be adjacent to Cofton Holiday Park.  (thus very near to the land ...

14 Aug 2021

I've just taken a look at this planning app. and it seems from a recent letter that Cofton are getting frustrated that this application still hasn't been determined and that furthermore they understand that the recommendation is for refusal. This planning application concerns land towards the upper end of Orchard Lane opposite the countryside park. However, more to the point, it seems the ...

And not only are some of the proposed sites classified as undeveloped coast but in the case of the Teignmouth Road site the area is also part of an AGLV (Area of Great Landscape Value). PLUS, plus........by (presently) being open farmland it forms a gap between the settlement at Holcombe and the beginnings of the settlement (Southdowns Road area) at Dawlish. In the present Local Plan it is the ...

8 Aug 2021

From Dawlish Town Council's submission to TDC; "Some of the proposed sites are classified as undeveloped coast. It is imperative that these areas are preserved from all further housing development.". Yep! I'll go along with that. Question is though - will the planners at TDC?

8 Aug 2021

Yes, I'll also be very interested to see what decision is made with regard to the Teignmouth Road site. It shouldn't be built on because it has Undeveloped Coast protection but..........

From the minutes of the town council meeting held last month: REPORT FOR TOWN COUNCIL – 7 TH JULY 2021 UPDATE ON LAWN WORKING GROUP We are now at the stage where we are ready to submit our documents to the Procurement Website. This was agreed by the members of the Lawn Working Group on 14th June. Teignbridge have agreed to place the appropriate documentation on the procurement website ...

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