New Planning Application for Strand Pavilion (Ref 11/2712/FUL)

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By Robin_Smith | Thursday, December 08, 2011, 20:53

A proposal for the "Construction of multi-purpose pavilion building including performance space, bus shelter and ancillary storage (resubmission of application 11/0180/FUL)" was received by EDDC on 6 December 2011.

The proposal does not mention a café - but the Planning Application (page 6) does! It gives the "Use class/type of use" as "A3 - Restaurants and Cafes". The following gives a direct link to the plans -



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    My request of yesterday has been answered by 2 stories from ExmouthPeople.

    The links to these are: -

    By Robin_Smith at 12:14 on 21/12/11

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    I have sought advice on the uses class, " A3 - Restaurants and Cafes" from the Planning Department of my local authority.

    The advice was that if the uses class is given as A3 then this must be implemented when it is built. That is, it must be cafe or restaurant. However, the use may be subsequently changed to A2 or A1 without planning permission.

    Could someone who was at the Town Hall meeting yesterday provide a brief account of what went on?

    By Robin_Smith at 11:00 on 20/12/11

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    STOP PRESS! At tonight's planning meeting – which was open to the public – Exmouth town councillors recommended rejection of the resubmitted application for the Strand Pavilion. The town council's views will be passed on to EDDC, which will make the final decision on the controversial building.

    By ExmouthPeople at 19:15 on 19/12/11

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    If you want your say about the Cafe on the Strand, there's a planning meeting tonight – Monday 19 December – 6pm at the Town Hall. Open to the public, the meeting is a chance to make your views known.

    By TheGreenMan at 16:07 on 19/12/11

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