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District Council balances its budget while continuing to support South Hams residents

South Hams District Council has laid out its plans for how it will cope with the financial challenges of the year ahead, while doing everything in its power to help vulnerable people through the cost of living crisis.

District Council votes to adopt 100% Council Tax Premium on Second Homes

South Hams District Council has formally adopted proposals for second homeowners to pay a fair share of Council Tax.

Support On its Way for Over 1,200 South Hams' Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Businesses

South Hams District Council has been announced at their Full Council meeting today [Thursday 16 February] a new business rates relief scheme for retail, hospitality and leisure properties, which will support over 1,200 businesses in the district.

Funding improves village hall, outdoor space and cricket club grounds

Thousands of pounds' worth of funding has made a meaningful difference to the village hall, play area and cricket club in West Alvington.

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 2023 Local Elections? If so, South Hams District Council are holding an open evening for interested potential candidates.

Footpath improves access to important outdoor space

A new footpath is encouraging even more use of South Brent Recreation Ground, according to the town's recreation association.

South Hams Council Tax Reduction scheme designed to help more people than ever

South Hams District Council is looking at helping more residents than ever through its Council Tax Reduction scheme, to help with the impacts of the cost of living crisis.

Council using funds to support households in the South Hams

South Hams District Council is set to use £50,000 of Government COVID-19 grant funding to support vulnerable households through the cost of living crisis this winter.

More Flexibility and Support for Residents

A range of measures to increase the way vulnerable residents and tenants in privately rented homes will be supported have been recommended for the next stage of approval by the District Council's Executive.

Council agrees how it will spend recent £1m funding to improve sustainability

Plans have been released for how the District Council plans to spend the £1m funding announced recently to help support the economy and reduce carbon emissions in the District.

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