Your next chance to comment on Atmos designs

By |2015-06-26T22:06:09+01:00June 26th, 2015|News|

Our Design Team are busy turning this community's ideas into a design for the Atmos site.  We look forward to being able to share where they've got to with you.  So we're opening the Atmos Hub (Station Road, London side of Totnes Station)  up again in order to get your feedback.  The next public drop-in session at the Atmos Totnes Hub will happen on Sunday 19th July 11am – 7pm.

From Herald Express: “Now have your say on the future of Totnes dairy site”

By |2015-06-25T23:29:23+01:00June 25th, 2015|News|

THE proposed redevelopment of the old Dairy Crest site in Totnes is taking another step forward. The pioneering Atmos project, put forward by Totnes Community Development Society, has opened for a period of consultation specifically around business use on the site. Atmos Totnes has driven negotiations to create a national legal 'first' which will secure the land for community development. The TCDS has asked businesses and organisations interested in using the planned enterprise space on the [...]

Open for business at Atmos Totnes

By |2015-06-17T22:18:59+01:00June 17th, 2015|News|

  Here at Atmos Totnes we’ve just opened for a period of consultation specifically around business uses on the site. This marks the beginning of a new and final phase of information gathering on the development before the development goes forward for a Community Right to Build Order referendum.  If you’ve ever dreamt of moving an existing business at Atmos, or starting a new one, or are looking for space for particular activities, we’d really [...]

Meet the Team: Andrew from LED Architects

By |2015-06-11T08:50:51+01:00June 11th, 2015|News|

We want to introduce you to the consultancy team who are making Atmos Totnes a reality. Over the next few weeks we’ll be putting faces and stories to the people in high viz jackets that you might have seen working on the site.  We popped down to the offices of LED Architects, on Steamer Quay  in Totnes, to meet Andrew Kirby, the project's architect, to ask him to tell us more about himself, his work [...]

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