1. East Devon District Council rise to coronavirus pandemic supporting residents, communities and businesses

    07 August 2020

    An infobite on the COVID-19 activities the council carried out from March to August 2020

    Infobite captures district council response

  2. Multi-million-pound funding awarded for new building at Exeter Science Park

    04 August 2020

    Exeter Science Park has been awarded £5 million from the Government’s national ‘Getting Building’ fund to develop its ‘Grow-out Building’ for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in science, technology, engineering, maths and medical (STEMM) sectors.

  3. Get up close with wildlife at Seaton Wetlands new sculpture trail

    04 August 2020

    Families can now enjoy a new wildlife-themed sculpture trail at Seaton Wetlands, featuring 11 natural sculptures spread around the nature reserve.

  4. East Devon home repairs service for 4,200 council properties gradually returning to normal

    03 August 2020

    Repairs team to start revisiting all non-urgent works reported over lockdown The repairs service for tenants living in East Devon’s 4,200 council properties is gradually returning to normal following the challenges of ensuring the safety of residents and staff during the Covid-19 lockdown while operating an emergency repairs programme.

  5. Events to restart on East Devon District Council land

    30 July 2020

    Bookings for events can be taken again. The relaxation of lockdown rules and new guidelines from the Government has enabled East Devon District Council (EDDC) to agree that the process for hiring EDDC land can commence again from 3rd August.

  6. Pavement cafe licenses now available to hospitality businesses in East Devon

    29 July 2020

    As part of the Government’s COVID-19 recovery plans, East Devon District Council is now able to issue temporary pavement licenses to enable pubs, restaurants and other hospitality venues to increase the availability of seating and tables outside their venues

  7. Local residents to receive important voter registration information

    29 July 2020

    Households in East Devon will soon be receiving a form asking residents to check whether the information that appears on the electoral register for those living at their address is correct as part of East Devon’s annual voter registration canvass.