Earlier in the week, we received notification of of the details of the Inquiry into the refusal of Planning Permission for this development.
Devon Live gives more details about the public hearing:
Date set for controversial Sidford business park planning inquiry
A date has been set for a planning inquiry into controversial plans to build a new business park on the edge of Sidford.
East Devon District Council planners in October rejected plans to build industrial, storage and non-residential institutions on agricultural land to the east of Two Bridges Road in Sidford.
Applicants Fords of Sidmouth have appealed the decision, and it has been confirmed that a planning inquiry in front of an inspector will be held to determine the decision.
It will begin on Tuesday, July 16, at 10am, at East Devon District Council’s HQ at Blackdown House in Honiton and is scheduled to last for three days.
Luke Fleming has been appointed as the inspector and anyone wishing to submit comments or evidence, either for or against the proposals, must do so by May 17.