Coronavirus: Councils United on Community Response
West Devon Borough Council has created a Community Response Team to work closely with local town and parish councils and community volunteer groups. Working in clusters groups throughout the Borough, teams are coordinating support to quickly get help to those in need during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. .
Coronavirus: Open Letter to Second Home Owners
Do not visit your second home this Easter. It is with a heavy heart that we are writing this letter to you, asking you to stay away this Easter.
Coronavirus: Councils Delivered Business Support of Over £9.2 Million So Far
West Devon Borough and South Hams District Councils have handed out essential funding of over £9.2 million to 703 businesses affected by coronavirus (COVID-19) in the South Hams and West Devon so far.
Coronavirus: Councils In Devon Support Cornwall's Call for Visitors to Stay Away This Easter
In the run up to the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, local authorities are reminding people of the Government advice against non-essential travel.
Coronavirus: Parking in West Devon and South Hams
Parking Enforcement Suspended in all West Devon Pay and Display Car Parks due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Coronavirus: Keeping Our Businesses and Residents Informed
The Councils have put together a fact sheet summarising all the various funding packages which have been announced by the Government and ways in which people can receive financial assistance.
Coronavirus: Message from Cllr Judy Pearce and Cllr Neil Jory
If you are in need - or know someone who is - you can register that need at the email address below or by calling 01822 813600 or 01803 861234 providing the relevant name, contact number and address where possible. Local voluntary groups can register by contacting the Council at the same email address CommunityCoordination.Covid19@swdevon.gov.uk
Coronavirus: Council Leaders Promise Community Support
We don't need to tell you that the Country is currently in the middle of a massive public health and economic crisis, the like of which has not been seen in peacetime in modern times.
Funding Boost for Rough Sleeper Support
Three local councils have secured funding of £150,000 to continue outreach work for rough sleepers.
Paying for Council Services
Earning money from investments, sharing services with South Hams District Council, restructuring senior management, savings from new contracts and prudent financial management: just some of the ways that West Devon Borough Council has managed to balance its budget this year.