Public consultations to be held for Braid Park in Tiverton

Sunday 24th April 2022 10:30 am
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MID Devon District Council will be holding a series of public consultation events in the week beginning April 25 which will give residents the opportunity to help shape plans for 70 affordable homes at a site off Uplowman Road in Tiverton.

The events are being held as part of Mid Devon District Council’s proposals to build 62 affordable rent homes and eight flats at social rent as part of the new Barratt/David Wilson Homes’ Braid Park development.

The council hopes to submit a planning application for the development next month, May 2022.

All those who live and work locally are invited to attend the event, which will offer the opportunity to speak directly with project planners and the development project team to ask questions and explore information about the project in their own time.

Feedback forms will be available to complete on the day or can be taken away for further thought and reflection.

Andrew Busby, Corporate Manager for Property, Leisure and Climate Change said: “Next week’s public consultation events will offer the local community the opportunity to shape proposals for Tiverton.

“This could bring important benefits to the local area by providing much needed affordable homes which play an important role in addressing climate change and rising energy costs.

“We hope residents will join us at any one of these events to find out more about this development.”

You can find out more at three public consultation events, happening next week or through the website at: www.middevon.gov.uk/residents/housing/post-hill-tiverton-proposals/.

These offer the opportunity to have their say on the proposals and to find out more directly from members of the project team.

The events are taking place at Tiverton Golf Club, Post Hill, EX16 4NE on

Monday, April 25 between 5pm and 8.30pm, Tuesday, April 26 between 5pm and 8.30pm and Wednesday 27 April, between 3pm and 7.30pm.

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