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26/01/2018

Appeal: 113-unit retirement community approved with no affordable housing

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An assisted living community in Devon will go ahead with no affordable housing provision after an inspector decided that it should fall within use class C2 because of the extensive care and leisure facilities proposed.

The proposal would see a number of former council offices in Sidmouth demolished to make way for a develop.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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