Plans submitted for six new homes in Honiton
PUBLISHED: 15:00 03 August 2017
Dave Vallender wants to build the new homes in the form of three apartments and three terraced houses.
Plans have been submitted to transform a group of outbuildings in Honiton into new homes.
Dave Vallender is behind the scheme which, if approved, will provide six new homes in the form of three apartments and three terraced houses.
The buildings are currently on a site running perpendicular to King Street and were previously used as chicken processing sheds and workshops.
Mr Vallender wants to convert existing brick workshops on the site to three one-bed single storey apartments, and demolish existing steel-clad sheds that fill the southern part of the site to build three two-bed town houses.
The plans do not outline any parking provision, but include rear gardens for the town houses.
A bat and protected species survey carried out by James Baker concluded that the building works for proposed development are ‘unlikely to result in a disturbance to bats or significantly affect the distribution and abundance of local populations’.
The application’s fate will be determined by district planners at a later date.
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