Over 100 residents packed Ottery St Mary Football Club this evening, in order to have their say on an application to build 130 houses, and hear Ottery St Mary Town Council debate the applicaton.
The East Devon Local Plan Panel (formerly Local Development Framework Panel) met this morning, possibly for the penultimate time, to debate the responses to the consultation, held from the 1 December to 30 January.
A story from today’s Telegraph ...
The Prime Minister exhorted the Cabinet to step up efforts to increase house-building, speed up major infrastructure projects, and cut red tape for businesses…during a Cabinet meeting, Mr Cameron and the Chancellor, George Osborne, demanded that ministers hold “urgent” talks across government departments to ensure their plans “move faster”.
Aylesbeare Parish Council has backed the majority view in the village and requested a level of development that is in line with East Devon District Council’s proposals for villages.
Local councils are urging residents to complete a survey on broadband services in their area, so that a case can be made to Government for faster broadband in Devon.
The majority of Aylesbeare residents have opted for no more than a five per cent growth in housing over the next 15 years, it has emerged from a survey published today.
East Devon District councillors’ register of interests has been uploaded to the council’s website, following a questionnaire in councillor welcome packs last May.
Glyn Dobson, mayor of Ottery St Mary Town Council has given his word that the door to the council office will never be locked again during a public meeting.