Welcome. This is a community web site for the market town of Hatherleigh in Devon, England, along with the nearby villages of Meeth, Highampton, Exbourne and Jacobstowe. Anything related to these places can find a home here free of charge, thanks to our sponsors. Please take time to read their pages (left, or see home)
Page updated: January 25, 2014
Planning put in
Outline application (00760/2013)for mixed use development, following demolition of existing buildings, including Residential (including sheltered housing accommodation), Retail (Use Classes A1, A2 and/or A3), Community Space (including possible creche), Medical Centre, Employment floorspace (Class B1), together with new public realm including Market Square with associated Pavillion, Play Space, Hard and Soft Landscaping, Community Allotments, Means of Access, Public and Private Car Parking and associated infrastructure.
Some responses here
Save Hatherleigh Market
Still trading after a 1000 plus years
The consultants on behalf registered keepers of the land have now put in for outlying planning.
In our survey below we asked "What Makes Hatherleigh Special according to you?" Click Here to find out.
The owners of the market have now had their plans put forward for an environmental impact.
What can I do to help the cause?
* Sign the petition in the here.
* Write to your MP (If you live in Hatherleigh your MP is Mel Stride),and express your concern about the market at The House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
* Write to your Borough Councillor, list of West Devon Bourough Councillors here
*Come to meetings/e-mail email@example.com to express your opinions and share any ideas.
*Fill out the 10 question survey 2 mins max here
Where is the Police Station, Job Centre, Drug Rehab Centre? Would you like anything else?
There are 50plus houses for sale in Hatherleigh at 35 to let! as of 16 Jan 2012, re rightmove.
Your comments will be placed here for all to see, if you give us your name and address and it is relevant we will post it here. Also look at the petition on the right hand side of this page.
Send comments to here.
Letter From Alan Beaman "Hatherleigh Market Redevelopment – Lets Be Pro-active.
Vick's Hatherleigh Market
Please write to your MP and Borough Councillor with your views regarding the Market, details below
Please write ideally to your Councillor (West Devon Councillors addresses can be found here) to show your concerns and also to your MP, Mr Mel Stride House of Commons,
MEETING VINE CHURCH AUGUST 24th 7:30pm 2011
Alan Beaman's comments on the meeting here
The council has proposed a working party with a cross section of the public.
A Comment from the Council
It is the duty of Hatherleigh Town Council to represent our community in Hatherleigh and we take this responsibility seriously. We listened carefully to the views and concerns expressed at the Council meeting on 9th August 2011 and will, of course, ensure that this information is passed on and that the concerns are taken into consideration as the plans for the market progress. We are determined to ensure that any development of Hatherleigh Market brings as much benefit as possible to the town.
Please email the Council or Hatherleigh.net here.
Is the development anything to do with greed organised by their ancestors? A bit like Henry VIII or was it William the conqueror? When land was given away to the great subservient?
Over a hundred members of the public went to a meeting of the Parish Council on 9th August 2011 of which the main item was the presentation of the ideas of the Architects, http://www.lhc.net/. Before the council meeting began, three residents presented the case to keep the livestock market, they were Cindy Squire, Madeline Taylor and Neil Price. Click on their names to see transcripts. If you are in agreement please sign the petition below.
After the speeches the Mayor, Mr Graham Alford, informed that all future meeting concerning the Market would be promoted in the Parish Pump and on the Council Website. The architects were then asked to present their thoughts when their representative said that they had over 300 ideas and thoughts from the consultation in July. It was also requested that future consultations etc. be carried out on Tuesdays as this would allow more interested parties to take part.
Donate via Paypal here
Hatherleigh Market Today
Hatherleigh Market in the 1950's
Editorial material herein is protected under International Copyright Laws. Strictly no reproduction of any material in this site is allowed by any means whatever, whether by reprographic copying, printing, photographic reproduction or photocopying or by any electronic means except with prior written permission of the site operator or copyright owner. Copyright infringements are theft and will be challenged accordingly. All Trademarks acknowledged.