Plans submitted for 15-home development near Honiton
PUBLISHED: 11:45 20 June 2017 | UPDATED: 09:07 26 June 2017
If approved, the homes - two thirds of which will be affordable - will be built on land adjoining Honey Glen, in Offwell.
Plans for a 15-home development near Honiton have been submitted to East Devon planners.
The proposals have been put forward by A Richards and D Maccauly Sinclaire.
If approved, the development - which comprise 10 affordable homes - will be built on land adjoining Honey Glen which has historically been used as an agricultural field.
The development will consist of nine three-bedroom houses and six two-bedroom bungalows.
It will also be served by a new adopted access road for the main site off of Ramsden Road.
The plans see each home provide at least two parking spaces, with some plots will have space for individual visitor parking.
Regarding design of the homes, the application said: “The design of the dwellings and the materials proposed strongly reflect the style and materials traditionally found in Offwell.
“Each garden will have a rotary drying line, storage shed, water butt, external patio, air source heat pump, composter and refuse storage facility.
“The site is located within walking distance of the local village shop and amenities of Offwell.
“The development allows for the provision of cycle storage for each dwelling in the form of lockable garden sheds large enough to accommodate two bicycles.”
The application’s fate will be decided by district planners.