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Old 06 December 2006, 14:54   #1
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Salcombe boathouse sells for 402k

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/devon/6214952.stm
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Old 06 December 2006, 15:41   #2
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Thats Salcombe for you, my brother in law asked about planning to bild above so to have a flat above the work shop, with the anser no way!!
Lot of mone for a slip & shed!
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That is bonkers!!! 80ft long x 13ft wide with it's own slip - bet he wants to keep a Crompton in there for drug running - it would just fit!!!
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Old 06 December 2006, 16:02   #4
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And it dries out, you can only use it about 1 hour ether side of high tide!
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Thats Salcombe for you, my brother in law asked about planning to bild above so to have a flat above the work shop, with the anser no way!!
Lot of mone for a slip & shed!
Really? It's not normally especially hard to get building consent in Salcombe (as long as it's changes to a standing structure). I can think of plenty of developments over the last decade and they are building flats and a restaurant in island street, right behind that boat shed.
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Old 07 December 2006, 11:23   #6
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Really? It's not normally especially hard to get building consent in Salcombe (as long as it's changes to a standing structure). I can think of plenty of developments over the last decade and they are building flats and a restaurant in island street, right behind that boat shed.
They have by all account tightened up on planing in the town!
As for building flats I do not think so have a look! http://www.hannafords-landing.co.uk/ if this is what you are thinking about? Offices, dentists, work shop cafe & restaurant but no flats.
I can only speak form that the local planing officer said & it was very negative, they want to keep what jobs & industry is left in Salcombe.
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They have by all account tightened up on planing in the town!
As for building flats I do not think so have a look! http://www.hannafords-landing.co.uk/ if this is what you are thinking about? Offices, dentists, work shop cafe & restaurant but no flats.
I can only speak form that the local planing officer said & it was very negative, they want to keep what jobs & industry is left in Salcombe.
Yeah that's the place - thought there were flats above. Better than the old bits-and-bobs shop that used to be there anyway!

It's a bit late to try retaining industry in Salcombe. The only real industry now is selling pastel coloured rugby shirts during the summer.
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Yep there are a few boat that need looking after, but if you have to shell out over 402k to get your self a work shop!
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Boatshed

Not much of a boat shed Nick...
You would only be taking a few boats in at a time...
If I had the money I would keep it as a personal launch pad.

Wonder if they will be allowed extend the slip.
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Looks like it's next to Charlie Yeowards yard - good money if you can get it! I reckon my house is worth a bit more than I thought then ........... shame I've no intention of moving!
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