Sidmouth: 5 planning applications decided near you, including extensions, change of use

By Will Goddard

13th May 2022 | Local News

Sidmouth town centre (Nub News, Will Goddard)
Sidmouth town centre (Nub News, Will Goddard)

Below are lists of key planning applications in Sidmouth recently received or decided on by East Devon District Council.

Applications received

1. Hornshayne Weston Sidmouth EX10 0PH

T1 - ash tree - showing significant signs of ash dieback. Due to the proximity to the highway, we are hoping to have permission to dismantle this tree. It's my belief that Robin Offer looked at the tree last year and he was of the same opinion. Status: Awaiting decision


Applications decided

1. Torwood Cottington Mead Sidmouth Devon EX10 8HB

Single storey rear extension & conversion of existing garden room to a garden office, with alteration to fenestration. Status: Approved


2. Bickwell Grange Bickwell Valley Sidmouth EX10 8SG

Conversion of existing dwelling to provide an ancillary annexe. Status: Withdrawn


3. The Beacon Peak Hill Road Sidmouth EX10 8RZ

Construction of replacement handrail to the south of the site adjacent to the public walkway. Status: Approved


4. Cork Tree Cottage 49 Bridge Street Sidbury Sidmouth EX10 0RU

Replacement extension to rear, 2 new roof lights, 2 new windows to southern gable and internal alterations. Status: Approved


5. The Hollies Salcombe Road Sidmouth EX10 8PU

Change of use from bed and breakfast to a family home. Status: Withdrawn


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