Exmouth Plumb Park development on agenda at residents’ association meeting

PUBLISHED: 07:00 15 September 2018

Plumb Park development on Buckingham Road. Ref exe 30 18TI 8840. Picture: Terry Ife

Plumb Park development on Buckingham Road. Ref exe 30 18TI 8840. Picture: Terry Ife

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An update on Exmouth’s controversial Plumb Park development is among items on the agenda of an 
upcoming residents’ association AGM.

The Avenues Residents’ Association (TARA) is holding its annual general meeting on September 17, at Holy 
Trinity Church, Rolle Road, Exmouth.

There will be two speakers: Richard Harrison, from Taylor Wimpey, who will provide an update on Plumb Park and Clare James, Clinton Devon Estates’s environmental officer.

The meeting is open to all members of TARA and anyone interested in activities in The Avenues; the roads between Salterton Road and Douglas Avenue.

Complimentary refreshments will be available from 2pm amd the meeting starts at 3pm.

Questions can be emailed ahead of the meeting to tara.exmouth@yahoo.co.uk

TARA is open to new members with a subscription of £5 per household.

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