It would make you a bit wary about taking on the lease wouldn't it.
Will the council also ensure that they don't get their business burnt to the ground?
Not a smidgen, have relations in Ammanford though and it looks like they've had a pretty big scare
see page XI of this week's Dawlish Post. Opportunity to operate a mobile catering concession selling refreshments and beach goods at this busy seaside location. Lease agreement of up to 3 years. For more information contact: Teignbridge District Council. 01626 215481 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
It did for me.
There must be a problem for DCC not to take over the road. Did anyone ask cllr Clatworthy why they haven't done it? After all, he represents Dawlish at county, so he is the one to do the business.
DEVON County Council has been blasted for a wrangle over three street lights in Dawlish. http://www.dawlishnewspapers.co.uk/article.cfm?id=105844&headline=Home%20owners%20might%20have%20to%20buy%20their%20own%20street%20lamps§ionIs=news&searchyear=2018
Thank you Lynne for making the link easier for others. I just wanted to point out that the deal is not done and dusted as the Council are trying to portray, they have to go back to the landowners/developers and broker a deal which makes the sites viable. You can see that there are issues on viability since Langdon is still for sale on KLP Planning's website. This site was offered just after it ...