Developer wins appeal for 113-home retirement community at Knowle

PUBLISHED: 19:44 22 January 2018 | UPDATED: 19:44 22 January 2018

The Knowle Residents' Association has created this photomontage of how the PegasusLife development could look from Salcombe Hill

The Knowle Residents' Association has created this photomontage of how the PegasusLife development could look from Salcombe Hill

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PegasusLife lodged an appeal following the scheme’s refusal in December 2016, which was held over five days last year.

An application to create a 113-home retirement community at East Devon District Council’s current HQ has been allowed on appeal by the Planning Inspector.

PegasusLife lodged an appeal following the scheme’s refusal in December 2016.

A public inquiry was held over five days in November 2017.

The new development will be classed C2, which means Sidmouth will miss out on thousands of pounds’ worth of contributions towards affordable housing.

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