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|21/04/1999||FULL PLANNING APPROVAL||21/06/1999||N/A||N/A|
|Location Address||LAND OPPOSITE MANOR FARM, WOOLACOMBE, EX347HF|
|Proposal||SITING OF HV VOLTAGE REGULATOR AND MAXE SECTION ON EXISTING POLES|
|Status||FULL PLANNING APPROVAL|
|Application Type||14/90 Overhead Line|
|Expected Decision Level||Delegated|
|Case Officer||Mr. K. Bines|
|Agent Address||OSPREY ROAD, EXETER, EX27HZ|
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In addition to consultations with the consultee listed, we will publicise the application in accordance with national requirements and our local policy. This publicity usually takes the form of letters to nearby properties, the posting of site notices and/or the placing of a public notice in our local newspapers.
|No associated neighbours|
|Name||Organisation||Sent||Reply Due||Reply Received|
|Environment Agency||Environment Agency||21/04/1999||12/05/1999|
|No associated appeals|