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AB Heritage Limited (2013) Owlacombe Bridge Cottage, Ashburton, Devon Statement of Significance and Addendum to the Statement of Significance . Taunton: AB Heritage Limited https://doi.org/10.5284/1032957

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Document Details

TitleOwlacombe Bridge Cottage, Ashburton, Devon Statement of Significance and Addendum to the Statement of Significance
AuthorsAB Heritage Limited
ProducerAB Heritage Limited
Place of productionTaunton

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Site details

Location
Site nameOwlacombe Bridge Cottage
ParishASHBURTON
DistrictTEIGNBRIDGE
CountyDEVON
CountryEngland
Grid reference SX 77095 73550 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
HERITAGE ASSESTModern
NONENone
 

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DescriptionCombined Statement of Significance and Addendum to the Statement of Significance. The SoS was requested as part of a planning application by the Dartmoor National Park Authority (DNPA), for the demolition of Owlacombe Bridge Cottage and its replacement with a new build dwelling. In a response from DNPA Development Management, the DNPA officer outlined a case for Owlacombe Bridge Cottage to be regarded as a local heritage asset.
Associated identifier abherita1-184492