13. February 2018 · Comments Off on Clyst Road Development · Categories: Planning

As expected, the developer appealed against refusal. A public inquiry was held over the period 4-6 December. The inspector could not be faulted for his efforts to allow all interested parties to put forward their views. He even allowed the Topsham Society to put questions to the appellants witnesses. The barrister appointed by the Council put forward the Council’s case better than could have been expected, but she was sorely let down by her client on the third day, when the Inspector was moved to describe Exeter City Council as “shambolic”.

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