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Garden waste suspension to continue in South Hams

South Hams District Council and its contractor FCC Environment have made the reluctant decision to keep the suspension of all garden waste collections in place. Residents will be notified when they can start using their brown bins again

Modernising Local Democracy

The pandemic has changed the face of local government, pushing it online and in the process making it more accessible to more people.

Better Lives For All - Councillors Discuss 20-Year Plan

Councillors are to discuss their emerging vision for the next 20 years.

Holding waste contractor to account

Residents can watch or listen into a meeting of South Hams Executive next week. The Council's Executive and officers will be holding FCC Environment to account, as they try to resolve the ongoing waste collection issues.

South Hams District Council has received a Regulatory Excellence Award for supporting businesses during the EU-transition

The Council won the Office for Product Safety and Standards (OPSS) award for its role in the Heart of the South West Better Business for All (BBfA) partnership.

COVID-19 self-isolation affects South Hams Waste & Recycling Service

Waste and recycling staff are being forced to self-isolate, affecting waste and recycling collections in the South Hams

South Hams Recycling Update

The number of collections being missed by the Council's waste and recycling contractors FCC Environmental has dramatically reduced.

A letter to Residents from the Leader of the Council

Cllr Judy Pearce, Leader of South Hams District Council, has written this letter to residents in the District.

Council Receives Contractor's Recycling Recovery Plan

FCC Environment (UK) have presented South Hams District Council with a plan to put right their struggling new recycling service.

Statement and apology from FCC Environment (UK) Ltd

Our recycling and waste contractors, FCC Environment (UK) Ltd, have now issued a further statement and apology.

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