Coastal and Market Towns Initiative

Environment Food and Rural Affairs written question – answered on 30th March 2006.

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Photo of Angela Browning Angela Browning Deputy Chairman (Organising and Campaigning), Conservative Party, Deputy Chair, Conservative Party

To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs if she will list towns in Devon engaged in the Coastal and Market Towns Initiative; and which have completed the process and produced a final report.

Photo of Jim Knight Jim Knight Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Rural Affairs, Landscape and Biodiversity), Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) (Rural Affairs, Landscape and Biodiversity)

holding answer 27 March 2006

There are 20 Devon towns currently engaged in the Market and Coastal Towns Initiative. They are as follows:

Crediton

Cullompton

Dartmouth

Dawlish

Hatherleigh

Holsworthy

Honiton llfracombe

Ivybridge

Kingsbridge

Lynton and Lynmouth

Okehampton

South Molton

Tamar Valley

Tavistock

Teignmouth

Tiverton

Torrington

Totnes

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Seventeen towns have completed and published their community strategic plan (final report). Honiton has just completed a draft plan and anticipate publishing a final version in May 2006. Lynton and Lynmouth expect to publish their plan in June 2006, and Tiverton aim to publish theirs in September 2006.

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