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@FB As I understand the situation, Redrow can build the houses but those houses cannot be occupied unless and until the appropriate amount of Sangs is in place as required for this first phase, and then more Sangs again as required for any futher phases of development. BTW - the last I heard (about two weeks ago), and from the horses mouth as it were, the Weeks family still have no wish to ...

FredBassett
FredBassett
2 hours ago

@Lynne Surely this means that until Redrow come up with their own solution to the SANGS issue they cannot start work on site. Hope Redrow and TDC have been made aware of this. Secondly why is the section 106 money not being spent locally.

Lynne
Lynne
3 hours ago

Found it. From the PI's report dated 24-6-13. (my emphasis in bold) "10.7 In addition, the s.106 Agreement makes provision for financial contributions toward the acquisition, maintenance and management of SANGS, to mitigate the impact that recreational use by future occupiers of the proposed dwellings might otherwise have on the SPA and SAC. The total of the contributions would ...

3 hours ago

I've been out of the country so I may have missed the following info. Where's the Sangs that has to go with this development? (Outline approval for this development was given by the Planning Inspector back in 2013 after it had been refused by TDC planning committee. Part of the original S106 agreement was that the development should bring with it the appropriate amount of Sangs. I'll try and ...

FredBassett
FredBassett
yesterday at 19:38

Wonder how many of the 32 affordable homes will go to local people. Answer probably none. Affordable houses dont bring wealth, prosperity, new businesses or jobs. The only likely benificiary to this latest glorifed slum is going to be Sainsbury's. Why are Teignbridge Council intent on ruining Dawlish?

I hope he does not get par doned

I'm not saying that money spent in Exeter will not benefit some of Dawlish's residents. But let's be realistic about this.  The affordable housing is brilliant, it will attract young families whose children need educating.  The starter homes will attract 1st time buyers who will have children who need educating, see where I'm going with this? On top of the many new homes that have been ...

Martin Heath
OurSoul
OurSoul
2 days ago

I did laugh at his advert in today's Gazette. So he's going to continue to campaign for green spaces. Especially for the field next to the big fat home that he lives in... I bet his UKIP friends don't like brownfield sites...

So do you not think that those improvements are going to benefit Dawlish residents who work in Exeter and travel there by road? Despite you not mentioning it, I assume that you're pleased about the percentage of affordable homes included? Not everyone is lucky enough to be able to move to Dawlish and pay top whack in the expensive part of town... If you think that £172K can't be spent on ...

Duckileaks
Duckileaks
2 days ago

Yes but it isn't all going locally, £143,000 at Countess Wear (that's not Dawlish) and £172,000 for indoor sporting activities- doubt that you could spend that much in Dawlish! So, we get the houses and the additional traffic, fair enough people have to live somewhere and it's nice here but all the money should stay in this area, what about paying towards all the extra school places that will ...

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