Council calls for retention of Honiton right of way
Affordable homes development planned for derelict land.
A DERELICT parcel of land, sandwiched between High Street and Northcote Lane, in Honiton, could be developed to provide new affordable homes.
Honiton Town Council is supporting a planning application for eight dwellings on land adjacent to Vine Passage.
DRD Construction is seeking permission to build on the site, which has been a wasteground for a number of years.
However, members of Honiton Town Council’s planning committee are keen to ensure a public right of way remains.
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They have recommended the retention of the right of way be a condition of planning approval.
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