Revised house plans in Budleigh opposed and other news

PUBLISHED: 07:00 20 April 2013

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Revised plans to build a home on a site adjacent to 8 Vales Road have been opposed by Budleigh Salterton Town Council. Read this and more.

EXTENSION: Plans have been put forward to build a two-storey extension to a Budleigh home.

The plan, for 6 Shortwood Close, will now be considered by the town council, before East Devon District Council makes the final decision.

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BIRD INFORMATION: New information boards along the Otter Estuary are due to be unveiled this week.

The boards feature images by the artist Mike Langman, and are designed to stimulate interest in the nature reserve and provide a means of identifying wildlife that may be seen there.

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TRY IT OUT: Budleigh’s Venture Hall Youth Club is inviting more young people to go along and try it out.

The club, for 12 to 16-year-olds, meets on Thursday evenings at 7pm.

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PROPOSAL: Plans have been submitted to build a rear extension at 1 Raleigh Road.

Budleigh Salterton Town Council will now be consulted, before East Devon District Council rules on planning permission.

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A TO Z: Youngsters from Dance Arts Theatre School are giving a performance at Budleigh Public Hall.

They will be performing an A to Z of Musicals on April 27, with performances at 3pm and 7pm.

Refreshments and a bar will be available.

Tickets cost £5 and are available from The Card Shop Too.

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NO SUPPORT: Revised plans to build a home on a site adjacent to 8 Vales Road have been opposed by Budleigh Salterton Town Council.

The scheme was originally approved in 2011, but the applicants now want to make alterations to the roof design, amend fenestration details, and extend and enclose the rear terrace.

However, town councillors had concerns that this work would greatly increase the size of the building, and voted to object.

Councillor Tom Wright said: “They are asking to make the whole building higher. It will be massively bigger and overpowering.”

East Devon District Council will now make the final decision on planning permission.

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HORTICULTURE: Budleigh Salterton Garden Club is holding its latest illustrated talk.

It will be given by Jenny Short, and takes place on April 26, at Budleigh Salterton Football Club.

Doors open at 2pm, for a 2.30pm start.

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CAN’T DANCE: District planners have been criticised after rejecting a planning application in Budleigh for reasons of ‘rhythm’.

The scheme to build a home at 29 Victoria Place was turned down after objections from neighbours and Budleigh Salterton Town Council.

However, town and district councillor Tom Wright was unimpressed with East Devon District Council’s official decision notice, which stated that the plan would: “Harm the regular rhythm of development on the west side of Victoria Place.”

At this week’s town planning meeting, Cllr Wright said: “We are urged by officers to stick with planning considerations, and [now we’re told] this thing can’t dance the tango.”

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