The main gates of the former Dairy Crest site are left open and unattended for hours, just one of many examples of the pattern of neglect of the site and absence of adequate site security from the current owners.
Totnes Town Council votes to pause the Neighbourhood Plan in order to consult the community on including a new policy relating to the former Dairy Crest site. https://www.dartmouth-today.co.uk/news/planning/neighbourhood-plan-paused-in-bid-to-add-atmos-community-led-aims-344123
The consultation on including a policy relating to the former Dairy Crest site in the Totnes Neighbourhood Plan closes. It attracts 177 comments from the public and 10 from statutory bodies. All are positive and supportive of Atmos Totnes, apart from one written by PCL Planning, “on behalf of Fastglobe”. In their statement, the Environment Agency write: “In order for new development to be permitted it will need to satisfy both parts of the Exception Test. [...]