A PROPOSED major development near Braunton could provide more than 900 new jobs.
Plans have been submitted to North Devon Council by the Warwickshire-based St Francis Group for an employment-led scheme on land at Chivenor Cross, between the A361 and RMB base.
It offers flexible employment space that can be used in a wide variety of ways and adapted over time to accommodate starter units through to established businesses and headquarters.
The plans also include provision for up to 150 dwellings, offering a choice of type, size and tenure including open market and affordable homes.
A new multi-purpose hub is proposed of 400 sqm which could accommodate facilities such as a creche, small food store, bike hire or cafe and sandwich bar.
There will also be play areas and informal open space.
Local Plan policy over recent years has indicated a need for employment provision and housing in the Braunton and Wrafton area.
The proposed scheme would connect with existing housing in the vicinity to form a stronger Chivenor community.
The new plans also propose a new roundabout with the A361 and access roads and on-site vehicle, cycle and pedestrian routes.
Also proposed is a new park and ride car park.
Local people have until March 7 to submit their views to the council.