The unique small rural character of South Molton is disappearing with the growth of the town.
All forms of public art in South Molton will be actively encouraged in support of Destination South Molton Arts Project. Developments that expand existing arts facilities in the town will be supported.
Alongside historic buildings and areas protected by national and local plan legislation, the Plan will seek the protection and enhancement of locally important assets as identified below:
Wagstaffe's Gate, North Street
the Methodist Church, North Street
Duffield Court, West Street
Rose and Crown House, 6 South Street
Moor's Yard and Victorian Workshop
The Higher Woolen Mill
The Tannery, East Street
Fort House, East Street
St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church
10 & 10A New Road
Lloyd's Bank, East Street
Former Infants School - Police Station, New Road
Linhay, Mill Street
Alswear New Road Toll House
12, 20, 21 Gwythers, Politmore Road
1, 2, 3 Aclands, Mill Street
(former) United Junior School, North Road
The former R.A.O.B, 36 Cooks Cross
Linhays are an important local asset and proposals which protect them will be encouraged.
Proposals which maintain the market town of South Molton as a small rural community with a rage of small independent services will be encouraged to retain the town's character and culture.
To protect and strengthen arts and heritage in South Molton to develop it as a centre for creative and cultural growth.