A residential development site on the west side of Clapper Lane immediately before the turn into Charles Road , c.0.37 hectares/0.92 acres . The planning approval is for 10 dwellings and the relocation of the existing allotment gardens contained within the site to a different part of the site. When split, the proposed residential development area (on the site of the existing allotments) extends to c. 0.27 hectares/0.67 acres (hatched green on the location plan) and the new allotments designated area extends to c.0.10 hectares/0.25 acres (hatched red). A new access road will serve the scheme and the allotments and provide access to 3rd party properties.
Located close to Honiton town centre which is situated approximately 13 miles east of Exeter and 23 miles south of Taunton at the junction of the A30 and A35 trunk roads. A30 dual carriageway which gives easy access to the M5 motorway at Junction 29. Honiton also benefits from a mainline railway station which has connections to Exeter and London Waterloo.
As you approach Honiton from the east, head for the town centre. At the mini roundabout head towards the town centre down High Street (A375). Clapper Lane is the first right turn after the roundabout. The existing access to the site is on your left after approximately 100m, immediately after No.16 Clapper Lane.
Outline planning application under reference number 13/2508/MOUT for the construction of 10 no. Dwellings and re-location of allotment gardens (access to be considered), Location-Land Off Of Clapper Lane (Previously Allotments) Honiton by East Devon District Council on 03 July 2014.
AS106 Agreement was entered into 02 July 2014 requiring contributions to open space and the provision of allotments. Interested parties must make and rely upon their own planning enquiries of East Devon District Council Planning Department.
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