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Hallam Land Management


15th November 2008


Hallam Land Management, the strategic land arm of the Henry Boot Group, has successfully obtained a resolution to permit outline planning permission from Teignbridge District Council for up to 100 dwellings on land at Old Way, Chudleigh.

This residential scheme sits on 3.12 hectares of land south of the town centre and forms an L shaped parcel located immediately adjacent and to the south west of housing at Twindle Beer and Beechwood Road. The development will consist of a variety of dwelling types and sizes, 40% of which will be affordable homes comprising a mix of social rented and shared ownership. The layout will make the most of the topography of the site and an important aspect of the proposal is the maintenance of a significant buffer from the existing mature hedgerows forming the south eastern and south western boundaries in order to protect and maintain their value as foraging and commuting corridors for bats. Speaking on behalf of Hallam Land Management, South West Regional Director, Nick Duckworth said, “I am delighted that we have obtained a resolution to permit for this scheme which will deliver much needed family housing for the people of Chudleigh”.

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John Sutcliffe

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