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DART NOTES


THe seAHORse Keeps ON WINNING...


ust ahead of the opening of their new Rockfish restaurant in Plymouth, Mitch Tonks and Mat Prowse and their team at The Seahorse have been crowned The Good Food Guide Readers’ Restaurant of the Year for the South West. They have also won the Good Food Guide Editors’ award for best seafood. Along with sister restaurant Rockfish, the team have won a bevy of awards this past year including: • RockFish wins Best UK independent fish & chip restaurant 2013


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• Seahorse OFM readers and judges restaurant of the year


• Seahorse OFM Jay Rayner’s top 20 restaurants of the last decade


• Seahorse Winners of South Devon tourism excellence award • Bristol winners of Bristol Good Food awards of best seafood restaurant


By The Dart offers its congratulations to the many plaudits, all of which add lustre to Dartmouth’s enviable reputation as a foodies’ dream destination.


ReDeveLOpMeNT OF DARTMOUTH BUSINESS pARK


Readers may already have noticed the refurbishment that has taken place in recent months of industrial units around Col- lingwood Road (opposite RGC and adjacent to Howdens). This is phase 1 of a long-term development of this two-acre site by South Hams based developers, Sheyenne Ltd, that also includes the Howdens operations. Excluding Howdens, 10,000 ft2 of an eventual 32,000 ft2 development has been refurbished to provide modern and flexible industrial and commercial units. Now renamed as the Dartmouth Business Park, the site is important economically for the town. When finished, the


2013 vIsITOR MAp puBLIsHeD


Dartmouth should have hit the streets. Providing an invaluable guide to local shops, pubs, cafés and restaurants, it is the definitive guide for visitors on where to eat, shop and dine locally. Copies will be available for pick up on the ferries, in local shops and restaurants etc and we will also be distributing copies to local B&Bs, hotels, campsites, activities etc. If you’’re the owner of a viisitor-focused business , get in touch with the office (01803 835740) to make sure you have all the copies you need for your customers.


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.....not much exercise for the dog!


“Me and My dog!”


y the time this issue is published, the latest By The Dart Visitor Map for


developers hope that the Business Park will have helped to create 50-60 new jobs attracting a variety of new businesses to the town and also allowing existing businesses such as Apollo IT, Ribeye and Howdens to expand. The 4 new units range in size from 119 m2 – 561 m2 with the potential for adjacent units to be combined to meet larger size requirements. The units are suitable for B1, B2 and B8 planning use classes including trade counter – i.e. from storage, office to heavy industrial use. The units are available individually or in multiples (s.t.


availability) to lease or for purchase with annual rents from £5.90 ft2 . For more information contact First Peninsula Commercial on 01548 854455


Dartmouth Business Park Collingwood Road,


• B1/B2 to B8 including trade counter use • Sizes from 119m2 - 561m2


• Roller shutter doors. 3.7 m heights • On site parking & shared HGV access • Units can be combined to meet larger size if required


Contact First Peninsula Commercial (01548) 854455 www.commercialsouthhams.co.uk


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