Company asks for comment on plans for 35 houses in East Allington

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A company is asking for local comments as it prepares to apply for planning permission for 35 houses in East Allington.

The application, which is expected to be submitted by Place Land “early in the new year”, will propose 35 houses behind the existing playing fields and park in the village, off Dartmouth Road.

The pre-application, which you can view on the website, states that the scheme would see 30 percent “affordable homes”, with that being a mix of social rented and intermediate housing tenures.

The proposed scheme from Place Land

The proposal also promises “a balanced mix of house types, sizes and tenures for a range of household sizes, ages and incomes”, an “enhanced children’s play area”, “biodiversity gains through enhanced ecological and landscape management” and contributions towards “new and enhanced infrastructure”.

It also states: “East Allington offers a sustainable location for new housing, offering a range of community facilities, including a primary school, church, parish hall and play area, all within 20mph zones which improves road safety and encourages residents to walk and cycle to local facilities.

“School children are able to access the secondary school by daily school bus services.”

If you would like to submit a comment, you can email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and the proposals will also be presented to East Allington parish council’s planning forum on Wednesday, 19 January, at 7.30pm. The closing date for comment is 31 January.

 

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Prioritise first time buyers for once
Just what we need, more unaffordable homes in the area...
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