A precedent?

PUBLISHED: 11:34 29 October 2008 | UPDATED: 22:33 15 June 2010

PLANS to develop a bungalow on land at Perhams, Honiton, could set a precedent, according to town councillors.

PLANS to develop a bungalow on land at Perhams, Honiton, could set a precedent, according to town councillors.They have recommended the proposal for refusal, saying the development site is outside the built-up area of the town and is adjacent to or in the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.Phil Cranch is seeking permission from East Devon District Council to develop the bungalow.At a meeting of Honiton Town Council's planning committee last Tuesday night, councillors expressed concerns.Former mayor Councillor Vernon Whitlock was certain nobody would be able to see the bungalow but that its very existence could lead the way to other proposed developments in the area.


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