Trago Mills‘ £10.5 million garden park development, featuring a full size replica canal, with lock, narrow, boat plus towpath as well as a Roman-style building around a courtyard, which opened in May 2009, are safe after Teignbridge Council accepted revised planning permission.
High kicking Coombeshead College, Newton Abbot, has been allowed to put on the Billy Elliot musical, just one of 100 schools and groups throughout the country who have been allowed to do so.
Baker’s Park, Newton Abbot, is undergoing a £85,000 makeover to build areas based on the idea of creative play. Some £45,000 of the money came from Devon County Council, with the rest from Teignbridge Council. Work is expected to start on February 8, and completed in March.
Coffee Republic is due to open at the 19th century Grade II listed Lovegate House, Newton Abbot.
Plans for a £5 million vocational training centre for the Newton Abbot area have begun as Devon County Council has submitted a planning application to Teignbidge District Council, despite the lack of funds to build it.
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