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Important milestone reached for proposed Plymouth and South Devon Freezone

Plans to create a Plymouth and South Devon Freezone which will unlock millions of pounds worth of public and private investment as well as create thousands of jobs have reached a key milestone. The Outline Business Case has been submitted to Government.

Funding Support for Climate Change and Biodiversity Community Groups

Local community groups are set to benefit from a change to £100,000 of allocated funding from South Hams District Council to help in projects, which tackle Climate Change and improve Biodiversity, if proposals are agreed.

Housing Crisis Update Report Outlines Steps Taken To Address Local Housing Issues

Two months after declaring a housing crisis, South Hams District Council is reviewing what has been achieved so far to help address the situation.

South Hams is a special place

How you can support businesses in the South Hams this Christmas.

Council Improves Popular Totnes Walk

A popular Totnes footpath is set for improvement early next year, funded by South Hams District Council.

Supporting vulnerable rough sleepers across the District

Two people have been identified as rough sleeping in the South Hams this year. However, South Hams District Council believes that the true number of people without a permanent home is likely to be much higher.

Is The South Hams Pitch Perfect?

South Hams District Council invites residents to have their say on sports playing field facilities for hockey, rugby, football and cricket.

Councillor Apologises and Pays for Waste Collection

A South Hams District Executive Councillor has publicly apologised for an error of judgement when trying to act in the best interests of her residents and has agreed to pay £3,105 for the waste collection out of her own pocket.

Devon councils & charities lead Shop4good campaign to help the climate

Devon councils & charities are taking the lead on how to shop in a way that's good for climate and wellbeing, as research says consumers are making industry more sustainable.

Garden Waste Suspended Until Spring 2022

The Executive Committee have today reluctantly agreed to continue the suspension of the garden waste collections until spring 2022. This is to avoid further significant disruption to the refuse and recycling service,

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