Wainhomes Axminster: EDDC considers legal action to recover

Serious problems in Axminster, according to this week’s View from Axminster:

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where the newspaper reveals that EDDC is considering taking legal action to recover more than £650,000 from Wainhomes, developer at Millbrook Meadows off Chard Road. The money is due under a Section 106 agreement to cover infrastructure, new school places, sports facilities, play areas, sewerage network and public art. In addition there are safety concerns about fencing and subsidence.

In an editorial on page 3 of the newspaper it is also noted that there are serious concerns about the quality of new housing in Axminster and an anecdotal story of a house under construction having been pulled down overnight.

Wainhomes have been at the centre of a number of controversies, not least in nearby Feniton, where required flood defences were not constructed and planning conditions not met when a new housing estate was built in the village and where the company attempted to build many more houses than those originally sought.

Yet another headache for the new Axminster Regeneration Board, headed by Councillor Moulding.

One thought on “Wainhomes Axminster: EDDC considers legal action to recover

  1. Considering legal action is not the same taking legal action. When it comes to the crunch I suspect EDDC will back down.

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