Change-of-use application for Honiton dentists approved

PUBLISHED: 11:00 23 November 2017 | UPDATED: 09:03 27 November 2017

The application details the transformation of 40A High Street, and a unit within the 40-42 High Street development.

The application details the transformation of 40A High Street, and a unit within the 40-42 High Street development.

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The building previously housed Oasis Dental Care, which is now closed.

Plans to transform a former dental surgery in Honiton into offices to carry out financial and professional services have been approved.

Nigel Braithwaite submitted the change-of-use application in September this year.

The application details the transformation of 40A High Street, and a unit within the 40-42 High Street development.

The building was most recently filled by Oasis Dental Care and before that, was the Carlton Inn.

In his application, Mr Braithwaite said: “The application area, to be known as 40A High Street, occupies the entire first floor above No. 40 High Street and part of the first floor area about No. 42 High Street.

“The building interiors of Nos. 40 and 42 had been previously stripped out in order to create a large drinking establishment... They have now been refurbished and subdivided in order to create three commercial units.”

The application added that the existing tenant has been given notice to leave the commercial unit which previously housed Oasis.


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