* Rare Development Opportunity.
* Outline application for construction of 10 dwellings and re-location of allotment gardens.
* Site measurement c.0.37 hectares/0.92 acres.
* Close to Honiton town centre.
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.
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