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Latest on Cavanna Homes Bostons Boat Yard from TOWRA

For all residents here is some information on the development in former Boston’s Boatyard. A meeting was held at 37 The Old Wharf on Friday 3rd May at 3pm with David Smith (Build Manager ) from Cavanna Homes and Peter and Penny Lenthall, Lilianna Grainger, Tim Brighton and Pat Constable.

May 29, 2013 | By | Reply More
Consultation Exhibition for Boston’s Boatyard Plan

Consultation Exhibition for Boston’s Boatyard Plan

Cavanna Homes will be holding a ‘Consultation Exhibition’ meeting to showcase the plan for 53 houses in the former Bostons’ Boatyard will be open for visitors on Wednesday the 15th February 2012 between 14:00 – 18:30 hours. Two planning applications for 222 homes had previously been refused. Update: Planning has now been applied for see […]

February 12, 2012 | By | Reply More

Boston’s Boatyard topographical survey

An email today confirms that Redrow Homes South West have completed a recent topographical survey “to review the feasibility of redeveloping the adjacent, former, Boston’s boatyard”.  Their surveyor was noticed in The Old Wharf a few days ago. The Senior Land Manager, Ben Leather for Redrow Homes South West, has agreed to contact our Residents’ […]

February 18, 2011 | By | Reply More
The Old Wharf before it was The Old Wharf

The Old Wharf before it was The Old Wharf

Planning permission was granted to Tay Homes S.W.Ltd in 1995 to build 51 houses on the northern side of Hooe Lake. This site had formerly been a limestone quarry then more recently a timber yard. The photograph shows a view of the site some years before the development. In October 1996 a Sales Office was […]

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Meeting Re: New housing development off Barton Road

There will be a further public consultation in January 2011 regarding the plans for the development off Barton Road at the western end of Hooe Lake. This will be held in the Watersports Centre at Mount Batten but as yet no date has been given. Pat Constable

December 13, 2010 | By | Reply More