This is what the Inspector's Report of June 2013 said about the Warren Grove development and SANGS. "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 ...
A local photographer has captured the dazzling moment a Dawlish firework display vied for the honour of being the brightest object in the night sky. Read more: http://www.exeterexpressandecho.co.uk/PICTURES-Startling-lunar-fireworks-Dawlish/story-27704017-detail/story.html#ixzz3kOXRU1gd
RNLI lifeguard Josh Wainwright rescued a father and daughter after they got into difficulties at Dawlish Warren beach. Read more... http://www.torquayheraldexpress.co.uk/Lifeguard-rescues-dad-daughter-sea-Dawlish-Warren/story-27694073-detail/story.html
Redrow now advertising their houses for sale at Warren Grove (Shutterton Park). Click on this and then scroll down. http://www.fulfords.co.uk/forsaleoffice/dawlish/655/ Has the Sangs requirement been sorted out then?
Let's hope they go about it in a more intelligent way than their offering to Dawlish of an estate of Arts & Crafts inspired house types which got a torrid response from the Town Council Planning Committee. I'm waiting for them to market global cooling versions.
Representatives of Dawlish Airshow have moved to support future shows as new pictures emerge of the tragedy hit Hawker Hunter while stationed at Exeter airport emerge. Reaqd more... http://www.exeterexpressandecho.co.uk/8234-Shoreham-tragedy-Representatives-Dawlish/story-27672209-detail/story.html#ixzz3jopTbPdK
After reporting strong figures in their first financial year, Redrow's operating division covering the region is now looking to build 630 new homes a year over the next three years. Among Redrow's developments currently on sale in the region are: Bishops Court and The Harringtons in Exeter, Stanbury Meadows and Howton Rise in Newton Abbot, Moorland Reach in Kingsteignton, Glenwood Park in ...
RAIL passengers from Plymouth are being asked to contribute to a study on last year's disaster on the line at Dawlish. Now King's College London Geography student Emily Ward is carrying out a study on the South West Mainline Railway at Dawlish. Read more... http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/Plymouth-rail-users-asked-contribute-Dawlish/story-27661883-detail/story.html
Dawlish Town Council has been granted the licence to hold weddings at its base at Manor House set in the beautiful Manor Gardens. The historic building has recently received an extensive refurbishment and now boasts walls of fresh paint; new carpets, curtains and blinds; plus a state-of-the-art lift providing disabled access to all floors. Read more... ...
@Lynn. Rail Strike on Sunday now ON. Talks broke down and continue Monday.