Learn about our plans for an exciting new community in Cullompton
About our proposals
Culm Valley Park Masterplan
We will also plant 149 new trees and 711 meters of new, species rich hedgero, 100 bat & boxes built in to the fabric of the new homes, 600m2 of new allotments available to members of the public as well as new occupiers on the development, picnic benches and a play area, as well as landscaped open space for the benefit if existing and future residents.
Our proposals for Culm Valley Park
A new Nature Trail park will be created to the south-western part of the site, incorporating natural play areas and ecological enhancements. The existing Siskin Chase play area will be extended within the site, to make this a more meaningful area for new and existing residents.
In accordance with condition 5 of the outline planning permission, all construction traffic will be taken via Colebrooke Lane. Upon completion of the development, this will be provided as a cycle and pedestrian link.
This basin will be sown with a wildflower / grass mix which is tolerant of periodic wet conditions and planted with appropriate wetland species for the benefits of local wildlife as well as to create visual interest.
Where existing vegetation is lost in order to create a cohesive layout and the proposed access, there will be many opportunities for new tree, shrub and hedgerow planting as part of the development to provide compensation.
Previous consultations and feedback
Previous planning applications
Our approach at Culm Valley Park
Amenities and facilities
Culm Valley Park Community benefits
We believe it’s our responsibility to support our communities, so that people are proud to call them home. That’s why we regularly donate time and money to local causes, and are passionate about investing in the areas we build. We will be investing £691,960 in local improvements and good causes across our sites.
We’re committed to building greener, healthier homes for us all. From energy efficient fixtures and fittings, to cutting our carbon emissions, and enhancing existing green spaces, we build sustainability into everything we do. All homes will also beenfits from built in Eclectic Vehicle Charging Points.
News & Updates News & Updates
Keep up to date with our latest plans, news and updates about Culm Valley Park.
We’ve donated £600 to support Cullompton RFC, to provide some new shirts for two of the club’s teams. Ian Wood, Chair of Cullompton RFC said: “They were thrilled to receive the support as rugby took a severe blow during the lockdown, and the shirts have been a great boost to the team already.” You can read more here.
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- Outline planning permission granted in September 2020.
- Pre-application consultation with Mid Devon, Cullompton Town Council and Statutory Consultees – ongoing.
- Local resident comments and feedback invited by Friday 11th December 2020.
- Formal submission of the reserved matters application to Mid Devon – Dec 2020/Jan 2021.
- Mid Devon will undertake a statutory consultation process once the application has been submitted – Jan 2021.
- If planning permission is granted by Mid Devon by mid-2021, development could commence on site by end 2021.