Threat to your environment
Are you aware that St John’s Wood also incorporates Bystock, from the boundary to the east of Bystock extending to the north at the lodge?
Are you also aware that the area you live in could be destroyed by new developments with up to 1,000 new homes with 40% affordable housing, a community centre and commercial buildings?
Will this affect you? Yes, your environment, the area you live in, will change.
It will not be the nice, quiet, country area you moved to with these proposals and, with a lack of infrastructure, the possibility of extra vehicle access, more vehicles, drainage issues, being surrounded by houses and commercial buildings, the value of your property will suffer and you will be part of a vast housing estate.
What can you do about the East Devon District Council proposals?
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Whether you agree or disagree with the proposals, please have your say.
Councillor Trevor Cope has offered to chair a meeting for the residents of Brixington and Bystock to put their views forward to EDDC. This needs to be accomplished before November.
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The meeting will be held at Palmer House (junction Churchill/St Johns Road) on September 30, starting at 7pm.
Port Mer Close, Exmouth.