Name and Address
Parke, Bovey Tracey, TQ13 9JG
Re: planning ref
0025/12 Proper Job
To whom it may concern,
I am writing to support Proper Job’s planning application
and do not think DNPA should restrict reuse sales at Proper Job’s site. I would
like local reuse facilities at Proper Job to take my reusable items for bring
and buy purposes because it:
Chagford a better, happier, more fun and
healthier community place to live!
waste, landfill, transportation, packaging etc
local sustainable development
local jobs, training and volunteering opportunities.
value in the local economy
local services and facilities that are not available elsewhere
benefit to low income households and disadvantaged people as low cost items are
facilities are available to people who do not have cars
saves all the embodied energy of resources, transportation and energy to make
an equivalent new product and thus helps tackle climate change.