Woodbury planning application news
WOODBURY parish councillors refused to lend their support for a new building with a detached garage at Byways, Bonfire Lane. The council s reasons for failing to back the plans included the loss of privacy for neighbouring properties. The issue was judged
WOODBURY parish councillors refused to lend their support for a new building with a detached garage at Byways, Bonfire Lane.
The council's reasons for failing to back the plans included the loss of privacy for neighbouring properties.
The issue was judged to be a considerable concern. It was recommended the issue should be given strong consideration prior to an ultimate decision being made.
The application will now go before East Devon District Council.
* AN application for the construction of access steps at Moorside, Woodbury, was backed by the village's parish council.
Councillors supported the calls at a meeting held last Monday, July 27.
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The plans now go before East Devon District Council who will make the final decision.
* PLANS for the retention of an enlarged top yard received the support of Woodbury Parish Council.
At a meeting held last Monday, July 27, councillors backed proposals made in an application relating to Venmore Farm.
East Devon District Council will make the final decision on the application.