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The breakdown of the 190 homes to be built is as follows; 168 -open market 22 - affordable housing The affordable housing to be provided is as follows; 7 x 3 bed 9 x 2 bed 6 x 1 bed The above affordable housing (AH) should be a mix of 15 units for affordable rent and 7 for shared ownership.

4 Oct 2020

The go ahead has now been given (with various provisos) for the 190 homes to be built. However, from reading the planning documentation it appears that the 64 bed care home and the employment land were not included in this planning permission and will thus be subject to separate planning applications - sometime in the future.


From the minutes of Dawlish town council planning committee meeting held 1.10.20 RESOLVED by majority of Members present and voting that this council recommends NO OBJECTION to this application. It was further resolved that should the officer be minded to refuse this application that a request be made to go to Teignbridge Planning Committee as approval of this application is in the public ...

@HuwMatthews2 - suggest the site at Langdon where the 64 bed care home is supposed to be built. Why? Because I think a cathedral has more chance of being built there than any care home.

In County Cllr John Clatworthy's report to Dawlish Town Council meeting to be held on 6. 10. 20 he writes that; "Link Road - I understand negotiations are still ongoing regarding the outstanding agreements and it is necessary they are completed before the planning application for the Bridge can be made, in the meantime Persimmon have received planning permission for residential ...

Been told that Dawlish town council pay for this service and intend continuing to do so.

2 Oct 2020

TDC's executive committee will be deciding this item at its meeting on 6th October. Click on this link and then scroll down to pages 11-15 for more info

TDC has now made public its response to central government’s proposals regarding increasing the number of new homes that should be built.. The full response can be read here (click on link and then scroll down): ...

Hi Simon, Thanks for your input. I see from your comments on the planning application portal that your grandparents lived in the vicarage for some while in the past and that you would like to put in the public domain what you remember of that time (or words to that effect). I am sure many of us who visit this website would like to know as well. Would you like to tell us on this thread or ...