Community centre land - decision deferred
No decision until discussions with Honiton Town Council have taken place.
EAST Devon District Council’s powerful executive board has decided not to make a final recommendation over land for the proposed Honiton Community Centre complex until talks with the town council have taken place.
Those talks are scheduled for later this month.
The �1.95 million project was thrown into doubt when the executive board decided at a previous meeting to withdraw an offer of land for the building - the long stay car park behind Lace Walk.
That decision was called in by Councillor Marion Olive, who is chairman of Honiton Community Centre Association.
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When the matter was debated by East Devon District Council’s overview and scrutiny committee last month, the executive board was urged to reconsider and to resume a partnership with the town council.
Full story in next week’s Midweek Herald.
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