Community group has a busy year ahead
EXMOUTH Community Association say they have a busy year ahead with several major developments up for discussion that will shape the town s future.
EXMOUTH Community Association say they have a busy year ahead with several major developments up for discussion that will shape the town's future.
Chairman Roy Pryke is inviting residents to have their say either through one of their working parties or at a ECA meeting next month.
He said: "Four major developments are to be decided very soon which will shape the future for us.
"In the early part of the year decisions will be made about the Estuary, London Inn, Rolle and shopping.
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"Together with changes to the Strand they should link together to bring to the town changes that will make it more attractive and prosperous."
He said the 'challenge' was to do this through high quality design and planning, so that 'the things we like are not lost but form the basis for something better.'
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Later in the year the ECA turn their attention to the sea-front and the long-term implications of the Local Development Framework - a document which will set the pattern of planning for the next sixteen years.
If you want to know more or to join in discussion with one of the working parties phone; Jenny Budden (01395) 274802, Roy Pryke (01395) 277173 or Ron Roberts (01395) 271421.