1. Warning issued over buying puppies after Honiton couple receive life-time dog owning ban

    04 March 2021

    A couple from the Honiton area have recently been banned from selling puppies and handed a life-time ban on owning dogs, prompting council warnings on buying puppies.

  2. Future High Streets Fund: East Devon District Council's letter to Robert Jenrick MP and Simon Jupp MP

    02 March 2021

    On behalf of East Devon District Council, the Leader Councillor Paul Arnott has written to Simon Jupp, MP and the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities & Local Government Robert Jenrick, MP.

  3. Over £45,000 given out by Coronavirus Community Food Fund

    02 March 2021

    Thirty very worthy projects have so far been funded by East Devon District Council’s Coronavirus Community Food Fund, giving out a total of over £45,000.

  4. East Devon District Council agrees £5 annual Council Tax increase for average Band D property

    01 March 2021

    Council despite the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic have agreed a budget which will continue to protect and provide quality front line services.

  5. New Local Plan: How should East Devon deal with its climate emergency?

    26 February 2021

    More public transport, solar panels on new builds and more woodland areas are just some of the suggestions by residents on how to tackle environmental issues and help East Devon become carbon neutral.

  6. THG's Creative Cabin Shorts take flight in March

    26 February 2021

    Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) announces new artists to feature in their series of online video shorts hoping to engage and inspire until the gallery reopens in May.

  7. Why do planning applications attract so much interest when the Local Plan generates so little?

    26 February 2021

    Less than ten per cent of the nearly 20,000 people registered to comment on planning proposals through the council’s website have opted to receive information on matters such as the new Local Plan which will decide what and where we allow new developments in East Devon for the next 20 years.