Councils Scoop National Award Win
We are thrilled to have won a Bronze award for Digital Transformation in recognition of the our agile working practices and the flexibility and resilience that this offers to keep services running in times of difficulty.
Communities Work with Council to Keep Toilets Open
Working together with local towns and parish councils to support the provision of toilet services.
Latest on Ivybridge Supermarket Proposal
Exciting news about the proposal for a new supermarket in Ivybridge, following discussion with the Town Council and the residents.
Blaze a Trail with a Council Apprenticeship
West Devon Borough and South Hams District Councils have helped a number of people, of all ages, to carve their career paths using its apprenticeship programmes
Steady as She Goes
South Hams District Council presents its budget for the next financial year. A budget to maintain front line services, invest in the local economy and navigate the uncharted waters of uncertain government finances.
Looking to the Future
South Hams District and West Devon Borough Councils have confirmed Sophie Hosking's appointment as Chief Executive for both Councils.
Council Tax Changes Offer Help for Working Age People
Important information for working age people about changes to the Council Tax Reduction Scheme from 1 April 2019.
Positive Endorsement of our Journey So Far
South Hams District and West Devon Borough Council recently asked the Local Government Association to send in a Peer Review team to assess how well the Councils are performing.
Ivybridge Play Area Improvement - Have Your Say
Help South Hams District Council design two children's play parks in their new Ivybridge consultation. The consultation is being carried out for parents of children living near to Woodburn Close and Lower Brook Park play areas.
Sherford's first primary school officially opens
Marking a major milestone in the development of the new community, Sherford Vale opened its doors for the first time in September. The pupils, aged between 2-11 years old, are the first of 420 children set to attend the new school, which is sponsored and run by the Westcountry Schools Trust (WeST), which has a proven track record in education excellence locally.