In November 2011 the response to our pre-planning application which inquired about the principle of a new dwelling within the curtilage of the existing group of houses that make up Coldtown (a large Farmhouse, a converted fortified Bastle, and a traditional cottage) the response was an unqualified NO! 1,168 more words
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The following article by Jack Dixon appeared in the Pulman’s this week (3 December 2013), demonstrating excellent support for the plight of Feniton from Tiverton and Honiton MP, Neil Parish and the Campaign to Protect Rural England local chairman, Tim Hale. 480 more words
Today’s Daily Telegraph (30.11.13) has an interesting article about the current state of the nation’s planning system, which is reproduced below. Under the heading “Planning system ‘heavily skewed towards the interests of developers over those of the public’, say architects”, DT journalist Christopher Hope reports on the RIBA’s submission to the Labour Party’s Planning Policy Review which berates the Coalition Government’s NPPF. 608 more words
More of the same from Mainland Councillors? Castle Point's Green Belt - A decision out of our hands!
It is interesting to note, that during the years of planning, consultation and wrangling over producing a housing supply suitable for the Castle Point Council Local Plan, no allowance has been considered for the fact that much of the Borough falls within Flood Risk Zone 3. 1,026 more words
Kiln Road a disservice to youngsters and the needy! The NPPF + Castle Point Council dissected in the name of profit.
Disappointment has been expressed locally that the Kiln Road development will now, after the recent Castle Point Development Committee decision, only realise 30 affordable dwellings! 1,023 more words