Category Archives: Halsdon News

My primary role is to look after the Halsdon Ward as an elected Conservative East Devon Councillor.

Keep up-to-date with all the news and views concerning matters within the Halsdon Ward

Halsdon Ward has over 5000 electors. Halsdon boundaries (approximately) are Exeter Road from Traffic Lights at Marine Way to south side of Courtlands Lane, South side of Summer Lane, Dinan Way to Jubilee Drive on West Side only Left side of Marpool Hill going up and includes the older houses in Ashleigh Road, the last road is Phear Avenue.

Exe Estuary Trail

Point in View Church

Phear Park

Carter Avenue Play Area


Other elected members of Halsdon Ward are Councillors:

Bernard Hughes County Councillor

Viv Duval Steer, Pauline Stott  fellow East Devon District Councillors

Viv Duval-Steer , Lynne Elson, Pauline Stott  and Richard Turner as Exmouth Town Councillors.

We all work as a team.

We need all your views and ideas. We are listening.

Exebank

Exebank

Exebank

Danby House

Danby House

Devon County Council is consulting on the closure of various residential homes within Devon. Exebank is included with these.

I have submitted my view that Exebank/Danby House and the housing land that belongs to East Devon District Council beside the National Land should all be considered together. My personal view is that both authorities should work together in order to achieve value for money for the Council Taxpayer. I am aware that those who live in the special bungalows at the rear of Danby House and the tenants of EDDC will have to be rehoused.

East Devon District Council and Devon County Council have to provide at least 100 Extra Care Homes for rent in Exmouth. Extra Care means that the residents receive at least 10 hours personal care per week.

I have been trying, as your representative and the EDDC Cabinet Member for Sustainable Homes for at least 7 years to achieve a solution. I have contacted the Leader of Devon County Council and now our MP – Rt.Hon. Hugo Swire. I will be attending a meeting at Escot House on Monday 2oth January 2014 to state my views again. Here is hoping it will achieve something!

Co-Op Planning Application

I have objected to the planning application to change Staddons Car Sales in Exeter Raod into a Co-Op shop. In my view the sequential test has not been complied with as it does not include the Hulham Road Stores or The Rivermead Stores. The Shell Garage on its application stated that the shop was the primary use not the fuel service. The accesses proposed are almost opposite the Shell Garage and in my opinion could cause a traffic hazard. A car has recently overturned.

Yu will have read in the Exmouth Journal that this was given approval by the Site Inspection Committee of EDDC Planning. They have now applied for a liquor licence. We will not be able to object as the Shell Garage has one as does Hulham Stores and Rivermead Stores.