Kingsteignton in the county of Devon is situated alongside the A380 road between Exeter and Torbay. It is within the Teignbridge District Council area.
Until the 1st January 2009, Kingsteignton was considered to be the largest village in England. However, with a population of over 11,000, and the threat of being incorporated into the nearby town of Newton Abbot the then parish council made the decision to change the status to that of a Town Council. In practise this change made very little difference in responsibilities, and, by retaining a friendly community feel, Kingsteignton can truly be described as "A Village Within A Town".
URGENT ATTENTION PLEASE:-
PENN'S MOUNT PUBLIC INQUIRY
16th, 17th & 18th MAY, 2017
To be held at: Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot, TQ12 4XX
WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT!
To join our petition please click on the following link:-
Residents and regular users of Kingsteignton ………
- Were you aware that a developer wants to build a further 90 dwellings on the land at the top of Penn’s Mount in Kingsteignton?
- Were you aware that the land around Penn’s Mount has, during earlier development revealed evidence of Bronze Age activity and Roman occupation?
- Were you aware that legislation exists to protect Green Spaces and that this application seeks to Bypass the legislation?
Kingsteignton Town Council would ask that residents and regular users of our Green Spaces, unite to
SAY NO TO THIS DEVELOPMENT
of Penn’s Mount, a valuable green space for the existing development and an area of local historic interest.
Please lodge your objections with Teignbridge District Council, Re: Appeal Reference: 16/00071/REF & Planning Inspectorate Reference: 3163573 by visiting:- www.gov.uk/appeal-planning-inspectorate & sign our online petition at: www.kingsteignton.gov.uk