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There is a feature on tonight's (Tuesday 16th November) BBC Spotlight programme about the housing crisis in the south west. This lunchtime they were asking people to get in touch before the programme airs if they have any thoughts/personal experience about this matter. Contact us By telephone. To speak to a journalist, please call 01752 229201. By email. E-mail spotlight@bbc.co.uk. ...

This planning application is back on the agenda for TDC's planning committee meeting taking place on 23rd November. Planning Officer's (employee of the Council) recommendation is for Approval. Decision will be made by elected members (ie councillors) who sit on the planning committee.

This proposal is now open for the public to comment. The consultation period will be over 10 weeks. It commenced 12 noon 15th November 2021 and will end 12 noon 24th January 2022. This is how you can your register your thoughts with TDC planning department. How to Comment: Comment on the Draft Local Plan 2020-2040 (Part 3) by completing the Local Plan Review Part 3 Online Comment ...

This proposal is now open for the public to register their comments. The consultation commenced wef 12 noon 15th November 2021 and will end 12 noon 24th January 2022. This is how you can register your thoughts with TDC. How to Comment: Comment on the Draft Local Plan 2020-2040 (Part 3) by completing the Local Plan Review Part 3 Online Comment Form You can also download a ...

This proposal is now open for the public to make their comments. The public consultation will last for a 10 week period. Commencing 12 noon 15th November 2021. Ends 12 noon 24th January 2022. You can register your comments with TDC in the following ways: How to Comment: Comment on the Draft Local Plan 2020-2040 (Part 3) by completing the Local Plan Review Part 3 Online Comment Form ...

https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/devon-family-facing-homelessness-christmas-6159449

Seems there is demolition work taking place on this site at the moment. From looking at the planning documents it is Gould Homes South West who have a licence to remove the lesser horseshoe bats that have taken up residence there. Gould Homes South West Ltd - HOME PAGE https://www.gouldhomes.co.uk Gould Homes is representative of ...

https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/housing/renting-privately/during-your-tenancy/if-you-get-a-section-21-notice/ https://www.ageuk.org.uk/our-impact/campaigning/security-for-older-private-renters/

Oh and do you know the biggest sick joke of all of this? Back in the summer, when the public consultation was taking place concerning the Local Plan Review and where all the new housing should be built, one of the sites put forward by TDC was.........yes, you've guessed it - the site of the Old Vicarage at Weech Road. True! Click on this link and scroll down to Number 5 ...

3 Nov 2021

I think this is a classic example of where national planning policies to preserve the building (such as it still can be preserved that is) over rides local public opinion that the site is now a dangerous eyesore and should be developed. Such a shame that it has been allowed to deteriorate so much. Who to blame? The present owner? The Local Authority? Hasn't this saga been going on for years ...

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