A reminder that the rally against East Devon District Council’s bulldozing methods of doing business, starts at 11am on Saturday morning.
I received this email chain of correspondence today from a Feniton resident, who has politely attempted to enquire about some of the details of a highly controversial planning application by Wainhomes, recently granted on appeal.
I will let the email chain, particularly the most recent reply, speak for itself.
Ottery St Mary town councillors are preparing to take difficult decisions on Thursday 15 November, when they must make recommendations on where housing is built in three villages.
The test recording of Thursday evening’s overview and scrutiny committee meeting was a success and could pave the way for recording ‘core’ council meetings, held in the council chamber.
Just when you thought they couldn’t get any more reckless, the government, with the backing of Cameron, Osborne and Letwin, has now set up a committee to look at ‘pruning’ building regulations, including fire regulations and disabled access.
BBC Radio Devon ran as its lead story this morning, the unjust and inconsistent handling by EDDC, of Tipton resident, Kelly Lynch’s planning application, which was first approved, then rejected.
Below is a full response from East Devon District Council’s press office to another media enquiry about the persistent rumours over selling off Cranbrook’s social housing to other councils. I have received many enquiries from residents over the months and spoke to the head of housing some time ago ....
Around 10 residents have put their name forward to join a group dedicated to creating a cycleway, initially between Feniton and Ottery St Mary, along the old railway line.