look at proposed Burnham-On-Sea beachfront flats scheme
plans for a controversial block of 13 beachfront
flats in Burnham-On-Sea have been submitted to the district council.
The proposed building, pictured above, is next to the beach in
Allendale Road and is different to the original scheme which caused
uproar last year - however nearby residents are still opposed
to the plans.
developers, Moose Roper Limited, have addressed some of the concerns
of local residents, councillors and the Planning Inspectorate
by drawing up plans for a two-storey property that is slightly
lower than the originally proposed three-storey building.
also has a Victorian appearance, replacing the stark, modern look
of before. The planned building would replace the existing property,
residents in the area are unhappy about its proposed size and
say it would spoil the area.
Ashton, spokesman for the Allendale
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "There is a lot of concern here
about the new scheme. The proposed property might look different,
but it's just as big and out-of-place as the previous one."
November, residents won their bid to get the first planning
application thrown out by the Planning Inspectorate. They were
up in arms over plans to build a three-storey block of 14 flats
on the site.
time, however, Moose Roper has been in regular dialogue with residents
in the run-up to the application being submitted with Sedgemoor
on the scheme is being welcomed by the council until Christmas,
after which time its officers will assess the scheme.