TTV24 - Site allocations in the Smaller Towns and Key Villages

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The following sites in the smaller towns and key villages are allocated for development:

Site Proposal Est. Of housing provision / Employment floorspace Policy considerations / things to be provided for by the development
1Woolacombe Road, Bere Alston
Housing30 homes
    1. Layout, design and location of structural landscaping to be guided by landscape assessment.
    2. Mitigation of recreational impact on SAC.
    3. Contribution towards rail link between Tavistock and Bere Alston.
    4. Ensuring that proposals are well integrated with the existing development.
2South of Woolacombe Road, Bere Alston 
Housing20 homes
    1. Layout, design and location of structural
      landscaping to be guided by landscape assessment.
    2. Mitigation of recreational impact on SAC.
3Beacon Park, Dartington
Employment (Use Classes B1b,c,B2 and B8)11,300 sq.m. employment floorspace
    1. Appropriate landscaping to address the
      prominence and scale of development.
    2. Appropriate flood risk mitigation measures. 
    3. Improved pedestrian and cycle connectivity with the Dartington Estate and village centre.
4 Brimhay Bungalows, Dartington
Housing14 homes
    1. Demolition of existing housing and
      remediation of land.
    2. Measures to avoid and mitigate biodiversity impact, including protection of woodland and minimising lighting.
    3. Re-provision of community housing.
    4. Retention of Public Right of Way.
5 Broom Park, Dartington
Housing80 homes
    1. Footpath and cycle access to the main
      road, connecting to the NCN and on towards the village centre.
    2. An overall site layout and design that respects the setting of the existing housing at Broom Park.
    3. Retention and future management of the hedgerow along the western boundary.
    4. Additional strategic landscaping on the western side of the site to soften the edges of the development onto the undeveloped countryside beyond.
    5. Appropriate flood risk mitigation measures.
    6. Acceptable impact on the setting of St Mary's Church to the east, which necessitates both strategic landscaping that is sensitive to this context as well as an appropriate extent, scale, layout, design and materials.
6Higher Tweed Mill, DartingtonEmployment (Use Class B1)500 sq.m. employment floorspace 
    1. Footpath and cycle access to the main road, connecting on towards the village centre and National Cycle Network.
    2. Retention and future management of the hedgerow at edges of the site.
    3. Additional strategic landscaping soften the edges of the development onto the undeveloped countryside.
    4. Locally distinctive frontages.

7

Sawmills Field, Dartington
Housing40 homes
    1. Footpath and cycle access to the main
      road, connecting on towards the village centre and National Cycle Network.
    2. Retention and future management of the hedgerow along the western boundary and of the tree-belt on the northern part of the site.
    3. Additional strategic landscaping to the western site boundary to soften the edges of the development onto the undeveloped countryside.
    4. Provision of locally distinctive frontages onto movement routes, especially the main A385.

8

Hatherleigh Market, Hatherleigh 
Mixed use - with homes and employment (Use Classes B1, B2 and B8)106 homes; 880 sq.m. employment floorspace (no net increase)
    1. Regeneration of existing site to make
      more efficient use of land including demolition of buildings as appropriate.
    2. Retail uses where there is no adverse impact on the town centre.
    3. New public realm including Market Square with associated Pavilion.
    4. Contributions to expanding primary school capacity in the area.
    5. Public and private car parking, and associated Infrastructure.
    6. Appropriate flood risk mitigation measures.

9

Hatchmoor, Hatherleigh 
Mixed use - with homes and emloyment use (B1, B2)50 homes; 8,000 sq.m. employment floorspace
    1. Layout and design to be guided by landscape assessment.
    2. Creation of a high quality 'gateway' to the village.
    3. Contributions to expanding primary school capacity in the area.

10

Glenhaven, Lifton 
Housing100 homes
    1. Layout and design to be guided by
      landscape and heritage assessment.
    2. Creation of a high quality 'gateway' to the village.
    3. Contributions to expanding primary school capacity in the area. 

11

Land adjacent to Lifton Farm Shop, Lifton
Employment  (Use Class B2, B8)14,400 sq.m.
    1. Support and promote local tourism
      initiatives.
    2. Provide flexible office spaces and / or light industrial units; and/or
    3. Enable complementary uses such as craft workshops.

12

West of Palm Cross, Modbury
Mixed use - with homes andemployment (Use Class B1) 92 homes; 1,900 sq.m. employment floorspace
    1. Sensitive and high quality design which
      conserves and enhances the heritage assets.
    2. Layout and design to be guided by landscape assessment.
    3. Strategic landscaping and open space to the north and east of the site, linked to the open space to the north east of the site at West Barracks Road.

13

Pennpark, Modbury
Housing40 homes 
    1. Sensitive and high quality design which conserves and enhances the heritage assets.
    2. Layout and design to be guided by landscape assessment.

14

West of Barracks Road, Modbury
Housing40 homes 
    1. Sensitive and high quality design which conserves and enhances the heritage assets.
    2. Layout, design and landscaping to be guided by landscape assessment, with careful consideration of scale and appearance of development, and the lighting of the site, to minimise wider landscape impacts. 

15

Batheway Fields, North Tawton
Mixed use - with homes and  employment (Use Class B1)61 homes; 1,300 sq.m. employment floorspace
    1. Layout and design to be guided by landscape assessment.
    2. Creation of a high quality 'gateway' to the town.
    3. Contributions to expanding primary school capacity in the area.

16

Bonfire Hill, Salcombe
Housing13 homes
    1. Sensitive and high quality design which conserves and enhances the heritage assets.
    2. Layout and design to be guided by landscape assessment.
    3. Strategic landscaping bordering the site.
    4. Careful consideration of the scale and appearance of the development, and the lighting of the site, to minimise wider landscape impacts.
    5. No exacerbating of water quality issues within the Salcombe to Kingsbridge SSSI.

17

Shadycombe, Salcombe 
Mixed use - with homes and employment (Use Classes B1) 20 homes; 2,000 sq.m. employment floorspace
    1. Sensitive and high quality design which conserves and enhances the heritage assets.
    2. Layout and design to be guided by landscape and heritage assessment, with careful consideration of scale and appearance of development and any ground engineering operations, to minimise wider landscape impacts.
    3. No exacerbating of water quality issues within the Salcombe to Kingsbridge SSSI.
    4. Appropriate flood risk mitigation measures.

18

Land West of West End Garage, Salcombe 
Housing20 homes
    1. Strategic landscaping to address the sites prominence, to help mitigate any adverse visual impact on the AONB, and to soften the edges of the development onto the undeveloped countryside. The scale, design and density of development should ensure that it is not overly prominent when viewed from the surrounding countryside.
    2. A lighting strategy, which minimises the impact of light spill to the surrounding countryside.
    3. No exacerbating of water quality issues within the Salcombe to Kingsbridge SSSI.
    4. Careful consideration of extent, scale and appearance of development to minimise local landscape impacts.

19

Green Park Way, Chillington
Housing65 homes
    1. Recognising and enhancing the relationship with the South Devon AONB, with careful consideration of scale, height, density, appearance and lighting of development, and strategic landscaping to minimise wider landscape impacts.
    2. Mitigation of highway impacts, including safety and congestion.
    3. Provision and maintenance of a surface water drainage scheme.

20

North of Milizac Close, Yealmpton 
Employment (Use Classes B1b,c, B2, B8)2,500 sq.m. employment floorspace 
    1. Recognising and enhancing the relationship with the South Devon AONB, with careful consideration of scale, height, density, appearance and lighting of development, and strategic landscaping to minimise wider landscape impacts.

21

North of Riverford Farm Shop, Yealmpton 
Employment (Use Classes B1b,c, B2, B8)4,000 sq.m. employment floorspace
    1. Recognising and enhancing the relationship with the South Devon AONB, with careful consideration of scale, height, density, appearance and lighting of development, and strategic landscaping to minimise wider landscape impacts.