IN PICTURES: Exeter and East Devon Growth Point

PUBLISHED: 16:36 11 April 2012 | UPDATED: 16:53 11 April 2012

East Devon district councillors Paul Diviani, Graham Godbeer and Andrew Moulding with Cranbrook's site manager Mike Owen.

East Devon district councillors Paul Diviani, Graham Godbeer and Andrew Moulding with Cranbrook's site manager Mike Owen.

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Growth point hopes to increase opportunities for jobs and housing.

The Exeter and East Devon Growth Point is starting to take shape as construction continues.

The Midweek Herald visited the various projects which aim to bring more jobs and housing to the area.

It is the culmination of a number of projects, bringing together Cranbrook, the expansion of Exeter International Airport, Skypark business park, Exeter Science Park, the Energy Park and the Flybe Training Academy, amongst other projects.

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