New Seaton plan proposes to bring housing into the Green Wedge and up to the Wetlands
Baker Estates have acquired an interest in land either side of Harepath Road and have a new plan which seems more ambitious than those which were successfully opposed by the local community in the past. Plans have not yet been submitted but will be available to view on Tuesday 12th July in the United Reformed Church Hall (Cross St) from 3pm to 7.30pm.
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July 1, 2022 at 9:30 am
Council should take note of latest census. Huge increase in population in East Devon. Do we really want more over 65s?