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Posted On: 16-03-2020
Posted In: Planning

"Consulting" stock image/graphicMid Devon District Council (MDDC) was due to hold a number of public consultation events for both the Tiverton Eastern Urban Extension and Cullompton Town Centre Masterplan over the next few weeks.

MDDC is following Government advice and as such the Council remains fully open and operational. We are, however, aware of the concern in the community and as a result are expecting a low turnout at the events. Because of this we have decided to cancel the events planned for:

Cullompton Town Centre Masterplan:

  • Monday 16th March. 4pm – 7pm. At the Hayridge Centre, 1 Exeter Hill, Cullompton

Tiverton Eastern Urban Extension:

  • Wednesday 18th March. 4pm – 7pm. At Halberton Village Hall, Halberton, Nr Tiverton
  • Friday 27th March. 11am - 1pm. At The Pannier Market, Tiverton

To ensure members of the public have maximum opportunity to understand the information that is being made available through the public consultation and to ensure the public have maximum opportunity to make their comments known and how to submit their comments, a Mid Devon District Council Officer will be available to talk to you about the Cullompton Town Centre Masterplan and Tiverton Eastern Urban Extension Masterplan during these times:

  • Wednesday 18th March 10am – 12pm
  • Thursday 19th March 1pm – 3pm
  • Thursday 26th March 5pm – 7pm
  • Friday 27th March 11am – 1pm
  • Monday 30th March 3pm – 5pm

Please call:

Christie McCombe on 01884 234277 during these times to discuss the Tiverton Eastern Urban Extension Masterplan or Cullompton Town Centre Masterplan.

Permanent displays will also be made available at:

  • Halberton Village Hall from Wednesday 18th March to 25th March and at
  • Tiverton Pannier Market from Friday 27th March to Friday 3 April

Please be reassured that all MDDC services continue to be fully operational and at this time Phoenix House remains open for business as usual. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and are in regular liaison with both Devon County Council and Public Health England.