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Lynne
Lynne
26 Oct 2021 07:28

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. Potential Site Opportunities • Low carbon energy production Potential Site Sensitivities • Within 10km of the Exe Estuary SPA/Ramsar Site/SSSI and Dawlish Warren SAC/NNR/SSSI • Within the Landscape Connectivity Zone associated with the South Hams SAC • Cirl Bunting presence likely • Great Crested Newt presence possible • Proximity to Ancient Woodland and Unconfirmed Wildlife Sites at The Moors (unimproved neutral grassland and broadleaved woodland) Luscombe Woods (ancient woodland), Rixdale Wood (broadleaved woodland, unimproved and semi-improved grassland) and Greenway Lane (broadleaved woodland). • High landscape sensitivity • Setting of heritage assets including the Grade I Listed Registered Park and Garden of Luscombe Castle, which is adjacent to the site

To see exact location of this site click on this link and scroll down to page 63 https://democracy.teignbridge.gov.uk/documents/s13803/Part%203%20Consultation%20Document%20Compressed.pdf

Lynne
Lynne
15 Nov 2021 13:03

This proposal is now open for the public to make their comments. The public consultation will last for a 10 week period. Commencing 12 noon 15th November 2021. Ends 12 noon 24th January 2022.

 

You can register your comments with TDC in the following ways:

How to Comment:

Comment on the Draft Local Plan 2020-2040 (Part 3) by completing the Local Plan Review Part 3 Online Comment Form

You can also download a printable version of the comments form

 

 

If you are unable to comment via the online comments form, please send your comments by email to localplanreview@teignbridge.gov.uk

 

      

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