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In its letter dated 20/10/20 objecting to this planning application, Historic England state that if TDC is minded to grant planning permission then HE request (order?) that the matter be referred to the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities, and Local Government. Called-in applications The Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government has the power to take ...

24 Oct 2020

I mentioned the NPPF. If anyone is interested in what it has to say with regard to historic buildings then click on this link and scroll down to page 54. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/810507/NPPF_Feb_2019_print_revised.pdf

It seems to me that TDC planning committee can't win on this one. There is an awful lot of support for the planning application from local residents and the town council. BUT objections are being put forward from various authorities (Historic England/TDC Heritage)   that to demolish it or alter it anyway should not be allowed. More to the point, and as I understand it, planning ...

I think our Conservative MP may need to go careful - else she might be accused of Marxist tendencies (see post above dated 27th June from @HuwMatthews2 ). The government has voted down a motion put forward by the Labour Party calling on the Conservatives to extend free school meals over the holidays up to and including the Easter break next year. Five Tories voted with Labour to ...

Well, well, quelle surprise (not!). Historic England are objecting (again.)

20/00019/FAST DAWLISH - 3 Mount Pleasant Road Dawlish Warren Appeal against refusal of planning permission for 19/02486/FUL - Roof extension/conversion including raising of ridge height, hip to gable extensions, dormer windows, single storey extensions, balcony/terraces to rear, reconfiguration of garage and raising of roof and associated works APPEAL DISMISSED – DELEGATED REFUSAL ...

This is on the agenda at the 27th October TDC Planning Committee meeting. Officer recommendation is that permission should be granted.

The future of the rural skip service is an agenda item at Dawlish town council's Civic Amenities Committee meeting being held this coming Weds (21st Oct). Rural Skip Service PDF 126 KB To consider the report and determine the level of service the Council wishes to offer with the decision to be referred to the appropriate committee as required.

15 Oct 2020

I'm sure someone will have to pay for it. I'm not saying they won't. It seems to me that it will be up to individual parish and town councils to decide whether to spend money on providing it (and yes, and before you tell me, I know that's council tax payers money). If you have an issue about this, then as I have suggested above, contacted Cllr Wrigley. In the meantime, and on the subject ...