I just wonder if...........assuming that Powderham is being paid for the use of the estate..............and given that the Courtney's can't be short of a bob or two........well.......I just wonder if ......... in this instance the Courtney's would waive any fees they would normally charge for such an event being staged on their land. Because although I am open to persuasion about the concert ...
Okay, so perhaps the shops in Dawlish (and other parts of Teignbridge) won't benefit financially whilst the Courteney's and their estate will, but perhaps other residents in Teignbridge might benefit financially in a different way? For example - I wonder what the open market price would be for a ticket to this event if it wasn't free? And if, as MV says, locals get first dibs for these ...
Does anyone know how the £100,000 is to be divvied up? Artist fees? BBC? Powderham Estate? Other? I'm just curious
That link is dated October 29th 2015
Thread already running on this. see http://www.dawlish.com/thread/details/44779
If you click on the link I have given in my post above and then click on associated documents (see bottom left of page underneath the map) you should be able to access what Dawlish Town Council's Planning Committee had to say about this planning application when they met and discussed it last Thursday.
Letter in today's Gazette about sewage problem. http://www.dawlishnewspapers.co.uk/article.cfm?id=101374&headline=Investment%20in%20infrastructure%20is%20needed%20now%2C%20not%20later%E2%80%A6§ionIs=letters&searchyear=2015
http://gis.teignbridge.gov.uk/TeignbridgePlanningOnline/Results.aspx?Type=Application&Refval=15/02700/MAJ&MN=Y this planning application is on the agenda for this coming Thursday’s (10th December) town council planning committee meeting.
http://gis.teignbridge.gov.uk/TeignbridgePlanningOnline/Results.aspx?Type=Application&Refval=15/02468/MAJ this planning application (the big Gatehouse farm one) was discussed at the last town council planning meeting held on 19th November. Click on the link above and then on associated documents (see bottom left hand of page) for what the town council said about it.