Dear Devon County Council,
Approval to the use of Compulsory Purchase powers (and any necessary associated powers) in
connection with the Seaton to Colyford Multi-use Walking and Cycling Path.
With regard to the above Cabinet Member Decision from 2019, I would be grateful if you could:
1) Confirm if Compulsory Purchase Orders have been used in connection with this path;
2) If so, advise when and where this order was advertised and;
3) Provide a plan showing the area to be compulsorily purchased.
Many thanks for your assistance.
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Given the nature of your request we are able to provide the response with
Devon County Council (DCC) does not hold this information. We can confirm
DCC has not exercised Compulsory Purchase Order powers in relation to this
Thank you again for contacting Devon County Council, we hope this
information is of assistance to you.
Information Governance Team
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