A £300,000 pot of developer cash is available for sports facilities in Exmouth and your opinion matters on how it should be spent.
A document that was set to reveal the possible locations for more than 57,000 new homes across four districts has been delayed.
The cost of homes in Devon has risen by 3.2 per cent over the past 12 months, with the average homeowner in the county seeing their property value jump by around £44,000 in the last five years.
Plans to build a new outdoor bar at a popular Exmouth seafront pub have been criticised for 'undermining' plans to improve the town's sea defences.
"We have all had enough of volume developers building identikit housing, often of indifferent quality."
A seafront junction will be redesigned as part of a £12m tidal defence scheme to protect Exmouth from flooding.
It happened near Junction 28 on the southbound carriageway and involved several vehicles
An interactive look at how the town has visually changed over 12 years.
A multi-million pound contract has been signed for the construction of a new 181-bed accommodation block at the commando training centre in Lympstone.
First-time home buyers in East Devon receive an average of £1,138 in support from the Government through Help to Buy ISAs, new figures show.
Days are counting down to the annual Stockland Fair.
Possible locations for more than 57,000 new homes will be revealed next month.
Plans to build up to 20,000 new homes in and around Exeter, as part of a new garden community, have been revealed by the Government.
Exmouth Town Council's planning committee has opposed the application for an overflow car park in Queen's Drive
Land Registry statistics say house prices in East Devon increased by 18.4 per cent in the two-and-a-half-years since the Brexit referendum
Exmouth's neighbourhood plan is officially a planning guidance document after East Devon District Council's cabinet voted to adopt it following overwhelming support at referendum
East Devon District Council's development management committee has given the go-ahead for Barchester Homes' plan for a site in Drake's Avenue, Exmouth
Exmouth Town Council have supported an Environment Agency planning application seeking to demolish and replace a flood wall in front of Morton Crescent
Prospective buyers in East Devon have to pay 10 times their annual salary on average to buy a home, new figures have shown.
House prices in East Devon leapt by 4.3 per cent in January, seeing an overall 9.5 per cent rise over the last 12 months.
There are 100 properties in East Devon owned by companies registered in offshore tax havens, which campaigners warn could be being exploited by criminals.
Almost 1,000 new homes could be built on derelict or previously used land in East Devon, according to greenbelt campaigners
More than 86 per cent of those who voted in Thursday's referendum said they wanted the district council to use the Exmouth Neighbourhood Plan to help decide planning application for the town
"The elephant in the room is, of course, Brexit. Nobody can quite know how this national tumult will affect the property market, or any other markets for that matter."
Traveller caravans are moving out of East Devon, according to government figures.
Permission is being sought to build a five-storey accommodation block at the Royal Marines Commando Training Centre in Exmouth.
Revised plans for a new housing development by Withycombe Brook have been recommended for approval by district planners.
Otterton Primary School has been praised by Osted for preparing children well for their 'future lives in modern Britain'.
Fire crews were called out to an overnight fire at a laundrette in Exmouth.
More than 100 volunteers filled a skip full of rubbish collected from an Exmouth nature reserve on Saturday (May 13).
A retirement housing developer has announced plans for flats on a vacant plot of land in Exmouth.
Proposals to demolish a property and replace it with ten flats have been opposed by Exmouth Town Council's planning committee.
Plans to create 12 flats by converting and extending a home have been supported by members of Exmouth Town Council's planning committee.
Plans to convert an Exmouth care home into flats have been approved by East Devon District Council.
Cranbrook then and now - an interactive look at the new town development. (Follow the link and scroll down to see our interactive maps).
Plans to demolish a restaurant in Exmouth and replace it with seven houses have been withdrawn by the applicant, although revised plans are expected soon.
Detailed plans for eight new homes in Littleham have been supported by members of Exmouth Town Council's planning committee.
Plans for retirement housing to be built on a former care home site in Exmouth have been approved.
Plans to build 12 new flats in Exmouth have been opposed by town planners, with the proposed access to the site described as 'dangerous'.
Plans for retirement housing to be built on a former care home site in Exmouth have been recommended for approval by planners.
Plans for retirement housing to be built on a former care home site in Exmouth have again been opposed by town planners
Plans to build 10 new homes on the site of a former Exmouth health and social care facility have been opposed by town planners.
Plans have been put forward to replace a former Exmouth health and social care facility with housing.
Residents are being invited to have their say on how East Devon District Council (EDDC) will require developers to pay towards infrastructure such as roads, affordable housing, schools and play areas in the future.
Plans for eight new flats near Exmouth town centre have been supported by town councillors.
Plans to create three new homes at a former day centre in Exmouth have been approved by East Devon District Council.
Plans have been put forward for eight new flats in Exmouth.
An application to build five houses on agricultural land in East Budleigh looks set to get the go-ahead.
Exmouth planners have backed the refurbishment of an iconic town centre building - with opposition to the scheme described as 'hogwash'.
East Devon District Council's (EDDC) housing service has reminded its tenants to ensure that communal areas and fire escapes are kept clear of hazards, including Christmas decorations.