Tiverton Eastern Urban Extension
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DESIGN GUIDE. Tiverton Eastern Urban Extension
A Design Guide for the Tiverton Eastern Urban Extension (EUE) has been produced. It follows the adoption of the Tiverton EUE Masterplan SPD and closely relates to it. The Design Guide is intended for use by all those involved in the delivery of development on the EUE. It relates to the whole of the EUE area to ensure a coherent delivery of development. As land parcels are built out over a phased period it will ensure their final form will appear seamless with well-connected routes and buildings designed to have a strong relationship with one another regardless of the development parcel they are built in.
The Design Guide does not focus on the control of every detail of the design. Instead, it identifies the fundamental elements of the design which are believed to be critical to achieving the aims and objectives of the Adopted Masterplan SPD. It outlines some approaches that will guide design to achieving these.
Blundell's Road, Tiverton environmental enhancement and traffic calming scheme: Public consultation - Devon County Council Highways.
The adopted masterplan supplementary planning document for Tiverton Eastern urban extension includes reference to Blundell's Road, Tiverton requiring an environmental enhancement and traffic calming scheme as part wider highway works associated with the development.
Devon County Council Highways is undertook a public consultation in February 2015 on their proposals covering Blundell's Road, Tidcombe Lane and surrounding roads. Work on the finalised scheme is anticipated to begin Summer 2016.
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Adopted Masterplan Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)
The Tiverton Eastern Urban Extension Masterplan SPD was adopted at a meeting of the Mid Devon District Council 30 April 2014.
The Post Hill area to the east of Tiverton was allocated in the Allocations and Infrastructure plan in 2010, for mixed housing and employment development, including a new primary school and community facilities, and open space to the south and west.
Public consultation on the Masterplanning of the development took place December 2013 - February 2014. An earlier consultation on the options for Masterplanning took place in May 2013. Previous versions of the masterplan, studies, surveys and consultation responses can be viewed in the History section. The adopted masterplan will guide development in the area and have a significant bearing on the consideration of planning applications.
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What happens next?
The development will come forward in phases through a series of planning applications. These will be subject to public consultation and will be expected to conform to the Masterplan. The whole development is expected to take 10-15 years to be completed. A phasing plan is set out in the Masterplan.
View related documents, studies and surveys, the public response to the consultation and what has happened previously