Five homes to be built on land behind Honiton NatWest

PUBLISHED: 17:00 20 September 2017

Drawing showing what the new homes will look like.

Drawing showing what the new homes will look like.


The plans were approved by district planners.

A five-home development will be built in Honiton after district planners gave the project the go-ahead.

Applicants Mr M Smith and Mrs L Adams-Smith submitted plans which proposed the build of five homes on land to the rear of NatWest, in King Street.

The plot is currently used for private car parking, and is similar to several plots running to the west of the site which have been developed for commercial and residential use.

The development will see four terraced homes built and an existing outbuilding converted into a two-bedroom house, complete with a garden room in the form of a roof extension.

The four homes would be a mix of one and three bedroom properties, with three houses offering a small garden space each.

The fourth home will have its own private amenity space at the end of the terrace.

Parking is not offered – the application states that the scheme has been ‘consciously designed’ as a car-free development due to the sites proximity to the town centre and associated parking provision.

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