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Pictures were taken in 2020. Article says more of it fell down in 2021.

2 Nov 2021

Article on the building dated October 2021. https://www.spab.org.uk/news/building-month-old-vicarage-13-weech-road-dawlish-devon&nbsp ;

Planning permission refused. Here's why: Reasons for refusal: The application site is a self-contained area of agricultural land located outside of the established holiday park, on the opposite side of Orchard Lane which bisects the two sites. The proposed development, including the siting of touring caravans, operational buildings and associated works would have commercial ...

Click on the link that @Cat Lover has given and then click on Appeal Decision. You will then see the reasons given for why development was refused So.....as long as the land stays outside the Dawlish settlement boundary and/or maintains its Undeveloped Coast designation it can't be built on for housing.  Question is though - will that be altered in the Local Plan Review?

What the above doesn't mention is that this potential wind farm site would also be adjacent to (if not also taking part of) land allocated in the present Local Plan for recreational purposes - playing fields, allotments and the like.  Land known as DA6 in TDC plannerspeak. Just wondering out loud what impact the location of wind turbines might have on any ball playing games. I know we are all used ...

None of the above says anything about the site being located within the Undeveloped Coast area. Is it no longer within it? I ask as back in 2015 a planning application to build but two houses on this site was rejected at Appeal on the basis that the land in question (and it seems to me to be the same piece of land) had Undeveloped Coast designation which basically means that no development should ...

26 Oct 2021

The TDC Executive will also be considering possible small scale development sites at its meeting on 2nd November. One of these sites is land off Meadow Park, Dawlish. This is what the report says about the site: Land off Meadow Park, Dawlish Site Reference Number: 7w13bvj Site Name: Land off Meadow Park, Dawlish Site Description: The land is located on the western side of Dawlish adjoining ...

This is on the agenda at TDC's Executive meeting being held on Tuesday 2nd November. Extract from the report: Wind Site 25 – Summercombe Woods, Dawlish Ref: WS25 Address: Summercombe Woods, Dawlish Parish: Dawlish Size: 26ha Description The site lies to the east of Summercombe Wood, approximately 1.3km west of Dawlish, to the north of Luscombe Hill and to the south west of Greenway Lane . ...

There is a meeting of TDC Executive Cllrs on 2nd November. On the agenda are proposed sites for wind turbines. The land north of Langdon Road, Dawlish is one of the proposed sites. This is what is written about the site: Wind Site 6 – North of Langdon Road, Dawlish Ref: WS6 Address: North of Langdon Road, Dawlish Parish: Dawlish Size: 18ha Description The site lies to the north of ...

I'm not sore, as you put it, about the Warren Farm issue.  It saddens me, yes. But I am not angry about it. Was it duplicity on the part of the landowner at the time when so many of us were trying to defend his ownership of his land, or did he subsequently change his mind about what he wanted to happen to his farm? I guess the only person who would know the answer to that is the landowner. ...

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