The East Devon Villages Plan was submitted to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government on 28 June 2017 (via the Planning Inspectorate).
Full details of the plan and associated submission documents, including the submission notice, are available at Villages plan examination - East Devon and the representations that have been sent to the Inspector for consideration may be viewed at Village plan 2017 consultation comments - East Devon
Notice of Submission
Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004
The Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations
2012 - Regulation 22(3)
East Devon District Council has submitted its Villages Plan for independent examination.
The submitted plan and all the supporting documents, together with representations made can be viewed at the Council Offices in Sidmouth, EX10 8HL between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm from Monday to Friday. The submitted documents are also available to view on the Council’s website at Villages plan examination - East Devon and the representation can be viewed at Village plan 2017 consultation comments - East Devon.
The Villages Plan forms part of a series of documents that set out policies and proposals for land use planning in East Devon. The East Devon Local Plan (adopted 2016) sets out the planning strategy on which the Villages Plan is based.
The scope of the villages plan is largely confined to defining ‘Built-up Area Boundaries’ for some of the larger East Devon villages and the town of Beer. It also includes policies for the vitality of the centres of Beer and Colyton and maps showing the extent of authorised business uses at the business parks of Greendale and Hill Barton.
For further information please call the planning policy team on 01395 571683 or email email@example.com
Once the dates for a hearing have been agreed, further details will be sent to those who made formal comments asking to be notified and will also be made available online.
Ian Kemp has been appointed as the Programme Officer for the Examination and will deal with any procedural, administrative and programming matters to do with the examination. He is independent from the Council and reports directly to the Inspector.
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