Your recycling service is changing for the better - how do you want to hear about it?
Tell us how you would like to receive information about your future recycling service, and be in with a chance of winning a guided tour of the 'Energy from Waste' facility in Plymouth.
Looking for Funding for your Local Park?
The Government has announced a new £1 million pot of funding and your community could apply for a grant.
Become a District Councillor at South Hams and Make a Difference for the Future
Are you considering putting yourself forward to become a District Councillor in the 2019 Local Elections? If so, South Hams District Council are holding an open evening for residents.
Council Staff Dig Deep for Devon Air Ambulance
A grand total of £572 was raised by South Hams District and West Devon Borough Council staff for Devon Air Ambulance in the run up to Christmas.
S106 Funds Released for Community Use
Over £500,000 of Section 106 funds received by South Hams District Council have been approved to spend on open space, play and sports projects in the District.
Your Waste and Recycling Services - A new partnership
Following a competitive tendering process, South Hams and West Devon Councils have awarded the contract for your Waste Recycling and Cleaning services to FCC Environment which will save over £5 million in the next 8 years. As well as continuing to deliver the key services for each council, the new contract will offer extra services which will help to improve the local environment.
More Time to Talk Toilets
As South Hams District Council battles to save Public Toilets from closure - Town Councils asks for more time to find solutions other than pay on entry.
Quality Improvements at Salcombe's Fish Quay
Salcombe fishermen will benefit this week from a number of improvements to the Fish Quay as part of a £300,000 package of environmental and health and safety improvements, thanks to funding from South Hams District Council and European grants.
Supporting local companies as they expand and grow
South Hams Executive approves principle of new office building at Steamer Quay Totnes.
Council pauses proposals to listen
Council wants more time to talk about how a new supermarket in the centre of Ivybridge might affect parking.