It's validated

PUBLISHED: 14:16 09 January 2008 | UPDATED: 11:26 11 June 2010

CONTROVERSIAL plans to build a Tesco superstore in Ottery Moor Lane, Honiton, will not be considered by East Devon District Council until March - at the earliest. That s what the planning authority said as it validated long-awaited plans for the scheme la

CONTROVERSIAL plans to build a Tesco superstore in Ottery Moor Lane, Honiton, will not be considered by East Devon District Council until March - at the earliest.That's what the planning authority said as it validated long-awaited plans for the scheme last week.More than 6,000 people in Honiton are to receive Second Class notification letters by the council, because they could be affected by the development.Comments on the proposal must be submitted by February 15."The long wait is over for those members of the public wanting to see formal plans for a new Tesco store and associated developments at Honiton," said a council spokesperson."All the applications relating to Tesco's proposals have now been validated and registered."Full details are on the council's website (www.eastdevon.gov.uk).Plans are also on view at the Senior Citizens' Centre, in New Street.Doors will open late on January 17 and 18 - from 7pm to 9pm - to ensure all who want to see the plans get the opportunity.Honiton Town Council will consider the store application at a meeting on February 19.East Devon District council will have the final say.


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