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The site currently includes areas covered by an area tree preservation order and trees covered by individual preservation orders. We consider development should be restricted to the car park itself. The text refers to ‘protecting significant trees’ but protection should be given to the area tree preservation order and the greenery surrounding the individual trees with preservation orders rather than leaving them isolated. To do otherwise would undoubtedly result in a net loss of biodiversity rather than the gain mentioned in the text.

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18 homes seems OK as long as some affordable element and it is remembered that this far out of Exeter there are limited public transport options and car parking would need to be included - preferably with EV charging points for each home. In addition would need to be communal green space. The nearest place facilities off Lewis Crescent are quite a way away.

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