SALMON PLANS GET GO-AHEAD BUT WITH PRICEY CONDITIONS

Plans for the relaunch of the Leaping Salmon have been given the go-ahead, subject to a list of conditions.

Among other things, the Dartmoor National Park Authority requires that :

* Guest rooms are not used for long-term lets – no more than 28 days allowed for any guests in a year.

* All “groundworks” to be monitored by an approved archaeologist, working to an agreed plan and reporting all findings to the DNPA.

* No sitting out on the new flat roof at the back.

To find the full list of conditions, go to

http://www.dartmoor.gov.uk/living-and-working/planning/search-for-an-application/

and search for 0593/17 – after ticking the box to accept terms and conditions. Then click the application number in the list thrown up. Click View Documents and open the top document, titled Grand Of Conditional Planning Permission.

The applicant is the pub’s new owner Chris Andrews, of Sortridge.

No comment from him so far.

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  1. Great news look forward to having the Salmon back again, and having some Jail Ale there again in the near future.

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