Thursday May 7
East Devon Coronavirus updates
Wednesday May 6
Recycling centres to open for essential use only
Devon County Council is reopening its recycling centres for essential use only from Monday 11 May.
New funding to support dairy farmers through coronavirus
A new fund will enable dairy farmers in England to access up to £10,000 each to help them overcome the impact of the coronavirus outbreak. Read more.
Business rates revaluation postponed
A revaluation of business rates will no longer take place in 2021 to help reduce uncertainty for firms affected by the impacts of coronavirus. Read more.
Monday May 4
Green Waste Service to resume 11 May
The Green waste service is due to resume on 11 May 2020. You can click here to check when your next collection is.
We are not able to take any new green waste subscriptions. If you are an existing green waste customer please renew your subscription when it expires. We will add the current suspension period to your subscription period when we are able to resume the service so you will get a full 12 months of collections.
Self-employed invited to get ready to make their claims for coronavirus (COVID-19) support
From today, Monday 4 May, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) will start contacting around three and a half million customers who may be eligible for the government’s Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) to explain the application process and help them get ready to make a claim. The claims service will open on 13 May and is being delivered ahead of the original timetable.