Parking in South Hams and West Devon
Parking Enforcement Suspended in all South Hams Pay and Display Car Parks.
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.
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
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.
 Dartmouth Lower Ferry - Service Update
Due to the current global health pandemic and Government advice, from Monday 23 March, Dartmouth Lower Ferry will switch to the following service times.
Ivybridge Town Supports an Aldi
Our consultation on whether an Aldi supermarket is wanted by the people of Ivybridge has now closed, with results showing that over two thirds (69%) of residents support the new supermarket proposals.
District Council Backs Local Electricity Bill
South Hams District Council (SHDC) have wholeheartedly agreed to back the Local Electricity Energy Bill which is soon to be re-introduced in Parliament.
Lower Ferry Transfers to Eco-friendly Top Up Card
In a bid to lower their carbon footprint, the ferry will no longer be accepting paper vouchers or cheque payments from Wednesday 1 April, but cash and credit card payments will continue as usual.
Funding Boost for Rough Sleeper Support
Three local councils have secured funding of £150,000 to continue outreach work for rough sleepers.
Tree-ting Ivybridge to New Woodland
Our Natural Environment Team has been working hard, with Cllr Lance Austen, to deliver 300 new woodland trees in Ivybridge.