Part of the soon-to-start Scoping Study for Port Royal will include determining who owns what - including the status of the Ham itself:
Futures Forum: Plans for Port Royal: anticipating a Regeneration Board >>> and developing the Ham...
Of course, there have already been bits of the Port Royal site which have been 'swapped' - most notably the Drill Hall five year ago:
Futures Forum: Plans for Port Royal: anticipating a Regeneration Board >>> of covenants and land-swapping at Port Royal
During last week's Town Council meeting, there was quite a heated 'emergency debate' around all of these issues.
These are the minutes from the meeting:
Minutes of the Meeting of Sidmouth Town Council
Monday 3 October 2016
74 Matters of Urgency or Report from the Chairman
The Chairman raised concerns regarding the involvement of one of the Town
Councillors in a newspaper article published in the Sidmouth Herald in
respect to the future of The Ham, Sidmouth. Members agreed that acting as
Trustees they would always wish to protect the Ham.
SIDMOUTH TOWN COUNCILMinutes of the Meeting of Sidmouth Town Councilheld at the Council Chamber, Woolcombe House, Sidmouth,on Monday 3 October 2016 at 6.30pm
And this is the report from the Herald:
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