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Disruptions due to driver shortages

We are experiencing disruption to some waste and recycling collection services due to driver shortages.


Plan for West Devon - Consultation Starts

West Devon Borough Council has begun developing a 20 year vision for the Borough and now they would like to know what you think.

Be Part of The Plan For West Devon

West Devon Borough Council is taking the first steps towards developing a new long-term strategic plan to help our communities to thrive

Community Led Electric Car and Bike Club - Survey Launched

Local residents, businesses and community organisations are being asked for their views on establishing a community-led electric car and bike club for West Devon via a short online survey.

No Fouls on the Football Pitch - Thumbs Up To Everyone Who Does Their Doggy Doo-Ty

There are two types of fouls that have no place on the football pitch - with dog fouling on sports grounds a potential health hazard for people as well as other dogs. Luckily, dog owners picking up after their pooches means playing fields, can be enjoyed by everyone in pawesome West Devon.

£10,000 Cash Fund Opens for Okehampton Community Groups

West Devon Borough Council are inviting applications for the Okehampton s106 Community Facilities Grant.

Welcome to the new Plymouth and South Devon Community Forest

Thousands of new trees will be planted across Plymouth and South Devon.

Planning to help planners plan!

The team behind the Joint Local Plan has been selected to be part of the Pathfinder programme, looking at the digital transformation of local plans.

Thinking of Buying a Puppy? Check the Licence First

According to the PDSA, 24% of adults in the UK now own a dog - that's over 10 million dogs and a lot of licks and love. However, there's also a murkier side to the rise in dog-ownership in West Devon.

New Civic Mayor Announced for West Devon

Cllr Caroline Mott is the new Mayor for West Devon Borough Council, having been voted in by councillors on Tuesday 25 May at Annual Council.

Pop-Up Campsites on Private Land: What is and isn't allowed

2021 is the year of the staycation, with record numbers of visitors predicted to head to West Devon over the coming months.

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