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Friday, April 13, 2018


ALBERT ARTHUR (known as ARTHUR)


HORTON (Deceased) Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1925 any persons having a claim against or an interest in the Estate of the aforementioned deceased, late of Woodhouse Farm West Alvington Kingsbridge Devon TQ7 3QQ, who died on 09/01/2018, are required to send particulars thereof in writing to the undersigned Solicitors on or before 22/06/2018, after which date the Estate will be distributed having regard only to claims and interests of which they have had notice. BEERS LLP


29 Fore Street Kingsbridge Devon TQ7 1AA


T527394 Public Notices Property FOCUS


SOUTH HAMS DISTRICT COUNCIL LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1972 SECTION 123 (1), (2a)


Disposal of Land at Borough Park, Totnes


Notice is hereby given that South Hams District Council intends to dispose of a leasehold interest (40 years) in land at Borough Park, Totnes, to Totnes Rugby Club. The total area of land is approximately 2.52 hectares. It is intended that the land will continue to be used predominantly as Public Open Space, when parts are not being used for Rugby training, matches or other community or club organised events. A plan of the area is available for inspection at the main reception desk of the District Council offices detailed below.


Representations to the intended disposal must be made in writing and addressed to Guy Pedrick, The Estates Team, South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes TQ9 5NE and received no later than noon on 4th May 2018.


Dated 6th April 2018.


Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England)


ORDER 2015, NOTICE UNDER ARTICLE 13 OF APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMISSION


Proposed development at: Waterhead Brake, Kingswear, Nr Brixham, Devon TQ6 0BN.


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REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14


THE COUNTY OF


DEVON (TEMPORARY RESTRICTION)


(PENQUIT HOUSE TO PENQUIT MANOR, PENQUIT


PENQUIT) ORDER 2018 TEMPORARY


PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC


NOTICE is hereby given that Devon County Council intends to make the above titled order. From 9/5/18 for a maximum of 18 months. Anticipated Finish 13/5/18.


No person


shall cause or permit any vehicle to proceed on the sections of Affected Roads except for access to land or premises on or adjacent to those length of roads. Roads affected: PENQUIT HOUSE TO PENQUIT MANOR, PENQUIT PENQUIT The alternative, signed, route


for


vehicles will be via - STRODE


COTTAGE


TO WHITMORE LANE LUDBROOK GATE - ROAD FROM A3121 TO STRODE COTTAGES - A3121 UGBOROUGH ROAD TO LOWER STRODE CROSS - A3121 EAST OF TOTNES ROAD -TOTNES ROAD TO SCHOOL ROAD - CHURCH STREET - IVYBRIDGE ROAD - KEATON BRIDGE TO IVYBRIDGE ROAD -CLENEMEADS TO CATON LODGE - KEATON LANE TO PENWUIT HOUSE. This temporary restriction is considered necessary to enable: PROVIDE NEW WATER SERVICE. For additional information contact: KIER MG LTD. Telephone: 01726 224400


Dated: 13/2/18


Meg Booth, Chief Officer of Highways, Infrastructur e Development & Waste, Devon Highways Devon County Council Lucombe House County Hall Exeter EX2 4QD Ref: TTRO1824223


Take notice that application is being made by: Kingscliffe Property Co., Mr David Johnson, for planning permission for construction of 9 open market dwellings and 4 affordable apartments.


Local Planning Authority to whom the application is being submitted: South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes TQ9 5NE.


Any owner of the land or tenant who wishes to make representations about this application, should write to the council within 21 days of the date of this notice.


Signatory: Mr David Johnson. 13 April 2018.


Statement of owners’ rights: The grant of planning permission does not affect owners’ rights to retain or dispose of their property, unless there is some provision to the contrary in an agreement or lease.


Statement of agricultural tenants’ rights: The grant of planning permission for non-agricultural development may affect agricultural tenants’ security of tenure.


‘Owner’ means a person having a freehold interest or a leasehold interest the unexpired term of which is not less than seven years.


‘Tenant’ means a tenant of an agricultural holding any part of which is comprised in the land.


www.latesthomes.co.uk Live later life in style MARCHAND PETIT ARE DELIGHTED


to be instructed to sell Fairway Gardens in Sparkwell on behalf of leading retirement specialists, Blue Cedar Homes.


This exclusive collection of just 12 luxury bespoke homes for the over 55s, is due to launch early summer 2018.


Andrew Biggs, New Homes Manager for Marchand Petit commented: “We are thrilled to be appointed to sell these 7 three and four bedroom houses and 5 two and three bedroom bungalows which have been designed with the needs of ‘right sizing’ in mind.”


Overlooking Sparkwell Golf Course with far- reaching southerly views across the surround- ing countryside, the properties offer spacious


luxury bespoke homes for the over 55s


accommodation and flexible layouts. At its heart, Fairway Gardens will feature an attractively landscaped communal garden, with a summer house for all the residents to enjoy.


All shared and private gardens will be cared for by a visiting Estate Manager, who will han- dle the external maintenance, leaving the resi- dents free to enjoy their leisure time and take advantage of the stunning Dartmoor National Park on their doorstep.


Claire Northmore, Marchand Petit’s Newton Ferrers Branch Manager went on to add: “This


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REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14


THE COUNTY OF


APPOINTMENT OF A CO-OPTED MEMBER TO THE SALCOMBE HARBOUR BOARD


Salcombe Harbour is a municipal port for which South Hams District Council is the Harbour Authority. Governance arrangements require the Council to appoint technically competent people to its Board of 10; 4 District Councillors and 6 Co- opted Members. Board Members are collectively accountable and individually responsible for the proper exercise of the Authority’s statutory func- tions which include business planning for the future of Salcombe Harbour and the Salcombe- Kingsbridge Estuary. Board Members are unpaid, although expenses will be reimbursed. Your time commitment will typically be 1 -2 days per month.


The requirements:


To demonstrate “fitness for purpose”, successful candidates will be required to provide evidence of their skills, knowledge, understanding and working experience within their chosen profession or other activities, such as community work in a personal statement. Commitment and experience can be as valuable as qualifications, although in some areas specialist experience is needed. Residence within the South Hams district is essential.


Members of Salcombe Harbour must comply with the Members’ Code of Conduct as adopted by South Hams District Council and carry out their role on the Board with this in mind.


Closing date for applications: Friday 27 April 2018


Interviews: will be held on Thursday 10 May 2018 at Follaton House Totnes.


If you are interested in being considered for this exciting and challenging role, please submit your expression of interest and personal statement to:-


Cameron Sims-Stirling, South Hams District Council, Harbour Office, Whitestrand, Salcombe, Devon, TQ8 8BU. Tel: 01548 843791 or e-mail: salcombe.harbour@swdevon.gov.uk


DEVON (TEMPORARY RESTRICTION) (A379, FROGMORE) ORDER 2018 TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF


THROUGH TRAFFIC & PARKING


NOTICE is hereby given that Devon County Council has made the above titled order. From 16/4/18 for a maximum of 18 months. Anticipated Finish 22/4/18.


No


person shall cause or permit any vehicle to proceed or wait on the sections of Affected Roads except for access to land or premises on or adjacent to those length of roads. Roads affected: A379, FROGMORE The alternative, signed, route for vehicles will be via - A381, A3122, & VICE VERSA. This temporary restriction is considered necessary to enable: FLOOD ALLEVIATION SCHEME. For additional information contact: DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL. Telephone: 0345 155 1004 Dated: 9/4/18 Meg Booth, Chief Officer of Highways, Infrastructure Development & Waste, Devon Highways Devon County Council Lucombe House County Hall Exeter EX2 4QD Ref: TTRO1823294


Above: Fenella Russell-Smith, Andrew Biggs and Claire Northmore of Marchand Petit.


innovative scheme has been thoughtfully created to suit older individu- als and couples looking for low maintenance properties, without com- promising on quality or living space.”


Concluding: “As experts in their industry Blue Cedar Homes have pin pointed the need for high-end homes that suit the needs of people in retirement and we’re already welcoming expressions of interest ahead of the launch.”


To register your early interest and for further information please contact Marchand Petit’s Newton Ferrers office on 01752 873311, email: newton- ferrers@marchandpetit.co.uk. Alternatively visit the website at www.marchandpetit.co.uk.


Astro to Atlantic L


USCOMBE MAYE ARE PROUD to be sponsor- ing ASTRO TO ATLANTIC and two of Luscombe Maye’s Partners, Amanda Burden and Chris Davey, recently presented them with a cheque for £250.00 towards their fundraising.


Local girls Gemma, Chloe, Lou & Helen have been play- ing hockey together for many years at Kingsbridge & Salcombe Hockey Club and they are now swapping their sticks for oars to take on the


epic adventure that is the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge in December 2018. They will be rowing the Atlantic Ocean in aid of the Devon Air Ambulance Trust – _over 3000 miles from La Gomera to Antigua - rowing 2 hours on, 2 hours off, 24 hours a day.


Devon Air Ambulance Trust (DAAT) owns 2 helicopters and operates 7 days a week; in autumn 2016 DAAT extended the flying hours until mid- night. Responding to approxi- mately 1,400 incidents every


year DAAT conveys patients to the specialist treatment cen- tre most appropriate for their needs, giving them the best chance of survival. The service costs £5.5 million every year and DAAT is proud to be independent of Government and National Lottery funding, relying solely on the generous donations of the people, busi- nesses and communities of Devon.


To find out more about the girls and their challenge, please visit: www.astro-to- atlantic.co.uk


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