Save Our Sidmouth

Save Our Sidmouth – Petition Records

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This Petition was promoted by;-

  • The Sid Vale Association
  • The Sidmouth Chamber of Commerce
  • The Sidmouth Hospitality Association,
  • The Vision Group for Sidmouth.


SUBJECT OF PETITION

We, the undersigned, wish to register our strong objection to the EDDC Local Development Plan proposals for Sidmouth, which, in particular;-

  • Promotes building within the AONB and specifically the creation of 12 acres of Employment land at Sidford.
  • Omits mention of EDDC’s intentions to relocate from the Knowle and its subsequent use, but allocates 50 new dwellings there.

The Local Development Plan provides no evidence for the need for these proposals. We urge the EDDC to engage with the residents of the Sid Valley and to reconsider their overall strategy for the economy of the area.

PETITION DATES
The Petition collected signatures in a variety of locations in Sidmouth, Sidford and Sidbury, from May 5th 2012, until May 29th 2012 .

NUMBER OF PETITIONERS
3850 people signed the Petition, of which 2387 were from within the EX10 postal area and 1463 from outside it.

EFFECT OF PETITION
We hope that the number of signatures, when assessed against the total population of the Sid Vale Area, (c 14000) will encourage East Devon District Council to reconsider their plans for promoting building within the AONB, to incorporate in the Local Plan the effect of their intentions to move from the Knowle, to provide more information about planned developments at the East End of the town, and to provide robust qualitative and quantitative evidence for any proposals contained in the Local Plan.

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