Oldway work set to start
THE final stumbling block has been removed for the £12million Oldway hotel scheme to start.
Members of Torbay Council's planning committee unanimously decided to finalise the project and allow work to start on the dilapidated listed stables, glass house and rotunda.
All buildings are in urgent need of repair. However, the previous conditional approval granted to developers depended on a report on protected species of bats. Now work will be able to start.
As part of the scheme, the old squash court will be demolished and the stables and rotunda will form part of the hotel with a spa and other luxury facilities.
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The report revealed Natural England and English Heritage were now happy for the work to start. Members of Torbay Council's planning committee voted unanimously to approve the work.
A NEWTON Abbot man has been ordered to go on an anti-violence course by a judge who said he was unfit for girlfriends.
Curtis Pugh, of College Road, admitted causing actual bodily and harm and assault when he appeared at Exeter Crown Court.
The 21 year old was also given an eight-month jail term, suspended for two years. In one attack, he hit his girlfriend in the face with a plastic bottle.