Pegasus House development plan revealed

One-time offices in King Street are the subject of a planning application for new dwellings.

Part of Pegasus House, which sits at the end of terraced cottages close to the former Hansfords site, could be converted into two apartments and 3 houses constructed in its ground.

Dave Vallender has submitted an application seeking full planning permission for the works.

The application, due to be discussed by members of Honiton Town Council’s planning committee on Tuesday, June 11, includes the demotion of outbuildings.

If given the green light by planners at East Devon District Council, a section of Pegasus House will be converted into two one-bedroom, single storey apartments.

Timber and corrugated sheet sheds in the grounds will be removed to make way for three two-bedroom houses.

Due to be discussed at the same meeting is a an application to convert 1 Summerland from three flats to five. The application includes a request to add a rear dormer and to make alterations to a rear staircase.

Meanwhile, plans have been submitted for the sub division of a commercial unit at 42 High Street.

Specsavers is seeking consent for the retention of remedial work, including the demolition of the existing front façade and replacement with new construction to match. The application relates to 121 High Street.

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