Plans for seven new homes in place of old Honiton Air Training Corps hall approved
PUBLISHED: 17:00 10 October 2017 | UPDATED: 09:10 13 October 2017
The application outlined the build of seven terraced houses in place of the old Air Training Corps hall in St Marks Road.
Plans to demolish an disused hall in Honiton and build seven homes in its place have been given the green light by district planners.
The application, put forward by Phil Colemon on behalf of Tiva Properties Ltd, outlined the build of seven terraced houses in place of the old Air Training Corps hall in St Marks Road.
Now approved, seven two-storey homes will be built.
Each property will offer a small front garden and ‘recreation space’ to the rear, and the applicant says they will follow the styling and materials of the surrounding development.
The plans were originally supported by Honiton Town Council’s planning committee when they were debated last month.
Speaking at the time, Cllr John Zarczynksi said: “I think [the new homes] will enhance the area and get rid of an eyesore which would probably attract vandals.”
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