Category Archive for: Seaxburh News

MDDC Local Plan Adopted

Further to the Planning Inspector’s report on 26 June, the Mid Devon Local Plan Review 2013-2033 has been adopted at a Full Council meeting tonight, including the main modifications recommended by the Inspector, and a further minor modification regarding a settlement boundary. Click here for the Mid Devon Local Plan Review 2013 to 2033 Adoption Statement. This…

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Virtual Consultation

Thankfully, the planning industry has rallied really quickly to enable this vital sector to keep rolling forwards. It hasn’t been a smooth journey of course. Council meetings have been Zoom-bombed, and we’ve all had to scramble to learn unfamiliar technologies, juggle competing demands on our time or hunt down missing information stored in the personal…

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Seaxburh Flies High with Vistry

Our little bird is flying high! The Seaxburh logo marque contains the Saxon heraldic symbol of a martlet, a swift-like bird which is said to represent hard work and perseverance as well as the constant quest for knowledge – and adventure. So we’re delighted to announce that we’re embarking on yet another adventure – this…

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New Wessex Appointment

We are delighted to announce that we have built upon our strong relationship with property developer Wessex Investors, with the appointment as Communications Managers for Wessex Strategic, a specialist land promotion business formed jointly by Wessex Investors and Richardson. Our first task was to work with graphic designer Lathwell & Associates and web designer Cosmic…

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Designs on Dartmoor National Park

We are delighted to announce that the Dartmoor National Park Authority has commissioned our design team to produce a folder and series of information leaflets aimed at helping a wide variety of Specific Interest Groups to make the most of their visits to this stunning Devon destination. This commission adds to our rural tourism client…

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Exciting Plans for Oliver Buildings, Barnstaple

Seaxburh was delighted to support Acorn Property Group and Wessex Investors at this weekend’s exhibition of exciting plans for the conversion and regeneration of the historic Oliver Buildings in Barnstaple. The Oliver Buildings are the final part of the Anchorwood Bank site on Barnstaple’s riverside to be developed – and Seaxburh has been there since…

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County’s Best Celebrated at Devon Tourism Awards

With our Visit Devon hat on, Seaxburh joined the best of Devon’s visitor destination and hospitality operators last night for the prestigious and glamourous 2018 Devon Tourism Awards, held over a sumptuous banquet at the wonderful Highbullen Hotel, Golf and Country Club. Now in its ninth year, the Awards comprised 26 categories, and some 80…

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Wessex Strategic Submits Dorset Planning Application

We are delighted that long-term client Wessex Strategic has now submitted a planning application for its residential project in Milborne St Andrew, Dorset. Seaxburh has been working with Wessex and the project team since the project’s inception, running a well attended and successful public exhibition in September as well as engaging with other community stakeholders.…

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Inspector Finds No ‘In Principle’ Difficulty with J27/M5 Allocation

The phone, social and email accounts of Seaxburh Partners have been running hot since Inspector Paul Griffiths delivered his findings late yesterday following the two-day Preliminary Hearings on the Mid Devon Local Plan in September. The Hearings looked at the allocation made as a ‘major modification’ to the Local Plan in 2016, which included sites…

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Businesses Debate Cullompton Relief Road

As the public consultation on the optional routes proposed for the Cullompton Relief Road reaches mid-point, Seaxburh was delighted to be invited to join the debate held last night by Culm Valley in Business (CViB). This very involved and varied group of businesses and retailers with EX15 postcodes brought a very well-informed and personal perspective…

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