QCG Planning Application approved

Last updated: 24th July 2020

 

Queen's Crescent Garden

Planning

Application Approved!

We are delighted to pass on the news that Exeter St James Community Trust's planning application for the completion of Queen's Crescent Garden boundary restoration, with its new entrance and associated infrastructure, has been approved!

 

Many thanks to all Members who submitted comments to the Planning Department. Your expressions of strong continuing support were greatly appreciated.


Contractor appointed for final phase of boundary restoration

Following planning consent the Trust moved swiftly to appoint Steve Farley as the contractor to carry out completion of the boundary restoration and creation of the final new entrance. Steve is the master builder who constructed the new entrance on Queen's Crescent and rebuilt the demolished Longbrook Street corner wall. It is anticipated that the work will take place in November / December.

 

 

 

 

Local Businesses and Organisations Send Working Parties to QCG

Anyone passing QCG recently will have noticed the transformation to the Queens Crescent border up to the corner with York Road. This is the result of the combined efforts of a number of working parties from local businesses and organisations which have come forward, unprompted, offering their practical support.
The tremendous impact of these combined efforts means that the section of boundary where the next phase of work will focus, is now well prepared for this to commence.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 We are grateful to all the working parties from Clifton Emery Design, Exeter University Student Services and Estates Patrol Teams and LDA Design.

Thanks are also due to all those who, as Forum and/or Trust members, demonstrate ongoing committment to the vital practical tasks of grass mowing, litterpicking and clearing felled logs. Because they have been carrying out this work routinely on a regular basis, it is all too easy for the rest of us to take their efforts for granted. So ...

A SINCERE THANK YOU ON BEHALF OF THE COMMUNITY TO ALL OUR VOLUNTEERS!

 

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