As you travel along Shutterton Lane towards the Warren there is a small sign about half way down on the left hand side saying "Stags Lot 24".
But I can't find anything on the Stags website relating to this.
Anyone know anything about it?
I don't think the land is for sale, it's what is growing in it.
What's growing in it?
Sounds more like it is up for auction with the Lot 24 tag.
Why not phone Stags Office to find out about Lot 24
Have been told it refers to a crop sale.
That's what UPWITHIT said.
Yes I know that. I was just saying that I have now heard the same thing but from another source.
@Lynne is this anything to do with sangs?
I don't think so.
I have been told that Lot 24 referred to the crop that was in the field.
The temporary SANGS has been identified as the location for a temporary SANGS for some time. The issue was that none of the houses on the Redrow site (Warren Grove) should have been occupied until this temporary SANGS was in situ and open to the public. That didn't happen.
Have been told by officer at TDC that all the residents at Warren Grove have now been notified of the location of this temporary SANGS. I hope that more info about it will be in the local press (ie Gazette) this coming Weds. I imagine it is, or can be, accessed via Shutterton Lane.
Now I walk a lot and would love to walk along Shutterton Lane but would not dream of doing so as it is so dangerous .
So......how is this temporary SANGs accessed? Via Warren Grove?
I was wondering how it was accessed. Will there be signs?
Well, according to Natural England "SANGs should have leaflets and/or websites advertising their location to potential users".
As to its exact location I have been sent a map by TDC but at the moment I can't open it (if I figure out how to do so I'll post more info on here). However I have been told by TDC that "The temporary SANGS which is to remain available until the permanent SANGS for Dawlish is provided is on part of the site for which Redrow have permission for housing and partly on the other side of Shutterton Lane"
Okay, so now I've managed to open the attachment.
It seems to me that the temporary SANGS is accessed/egressed two ways;
1. Via Shutterton Lane
2. Via the Redrow estate.
Most of the temporary SANGs is land on the Redrow Estate side of Shutterton Lane which is the phase 4 land that Redrow will build on. That land is sited towards the Dawlish Warren end of the Redrow land.
The temporary SANGS skirts the adjacent phase 3 building land and then turns towards Shutterton Lane. At Shutterton Lane there is a crossing point(!!!!!!!!!) to the other side of the lane where there is a further tongue shaped plot of land.
(!!!!!!!! = because Shutterton Lane is far from pedestrian friendly)
Don't fancy walking up Shutterton Lane, too many idiot drivers around. Wonder when the access from Redrow will be available. I'll like to check it out, might be a good circular walk with the dog starting up the other side of Sainsburys.
Doesn't look like the access from the Redrow estate is available yet.
Was down at the bootfair at Sainsbury's this afternoon so thought I would check it out.
No access after the one road that has already been occupied as............everything else is all fenced off because..............it is a building site of course!
Have no idea if the SANGs can be accessed via Shutterton lane and I am not about to find out either because Shutterton Lane is just soooooooo dangerous for pedestrians.
Have just re-read the email from officer at TDC and note that it says the SANGs is available to be used now.
So I've just e-mailed back explaining my experience of yesterday (see above) and asking how the SANGs can be accessed.
I'll post the response on here.
Twelve officials in the fields just below Easton Woods with paperwork, not out for a ramble or picnic!! So is this the land they have bought for SANGs
Good question, Jazz.
But it's not a site that's particularly close to much of the new housing - unless of course TDC have further plans in that direction...
Maybe not, but it was one of the sites identified as option 2 in th report back in 2013. This is the third time in the last few months people have walked around these fields with clipboards, but it was a much bigger group of people today, Stopping every so often to point things out, hold discussions and take photo,s, and the "temporary" SANGs area has been set up is within this area too.
Yes, it was an option in 2013 (as you say Option 2 in the report below) - and quite an attractive one given its size, prominence and elevation.
The temporary SANGS area within this option site (the tongue shaped plot of land described by Lynne above) has to the best of my knowledge been provided by Redrow - even though it would appear Redrow have already paid Teignbridge to secure permanent SANGS land elsewhere on their behalf.
What status this tongue of land will enjoy once permanent SANGS is established (elsewhere or otherwise) only time will tell...