More than £700,000 of overpaid housing benefits has been reclaimed from residents from East Devon in just seven months.
Almost 1,000 new homes could be built on derelict or previously used land in East Devon, according to greenbelt campaigners
East Devon District Council is urging residents to register to vote ahead of the upcoming town, parish and district council elections
Council red tape has prohibited an Exmouth eatery from putting up a marquee on a pedestrian strip outside its premises – because it is still classified as a road.
A tree near Exmouth Community College which is suffering from ‘severe’ decay will have to be cut down.
East Devon District Council has written to the housing minister Kit Malthouse, calling on the Government to fulfil its pledge to streamline the complaints system
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
A blueprint document which sets out how the community wants Exmouth to look over the next 12 years goes before the electorate this week.
Devon and Cornwall Police and Crime Commissioner Alison Hernandez says there will be an extra 85 officers by the end of 2020
Councillor Philip Skinner has said he hopes the plans for the final phase of Exmouth seafront regeneration will be revealed by summer next year.
Exmouth’s new watersports centre has now officially been agreed, with mid-2020 as the earmarked build completion date.
A noodle bar and takeaway could open up in Exmouth’s town centre if plans get the green light.
Have your say on whether this plan should be used by the district council when deciding on planning applications
An application to transform a former care home into a large house of multiple occupation (HMO) has been criticised by town leaders.
Thriving, popular venues provide a range of entertainment and give local drama groups a place to perform
More than a quarter of people of the nearly 4,000 residents on the social housing list in East Devon have said they’re under threat of losing their home.
A bid to offer people the opportunity to ‘glamp’ on a Budleigh lake has been launched.
A Conservative councillor has quit the party and slammed the Government for their ‘appalling treatment’ of the less fortunate and their approach to policing.
The final part of an agreement which would see a seafront watersports centre built is set to be signed.
The prospect of a permanent café at the eastern end of a popular seafront is backed by an emerging future vision document.
A document which sets out how a seaside town will look for the next 12 years is to go before a public referendum.
A new combined library and museum complex is one of five strategic schemes which an emerging planning document supports as a ‘priority project’.
Nearly £300,000 was spent on temporary seafront attractions by the district council, it has been revealed.
A pothole-ridden road damaged by ‘hundreds’ of heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) is set for repair work, it has been confirmed.
Postal bosses are being urged to reconsider their decision to not replace a postbox which was damaged last month.
Prospective candidates can learn about what it takes to become a councillor ahead of this May’s district council elections.
The amount of money residents pay towards the work of East Devon District Council (EDDC) is set to increase.
Honiton schoolchildren included many items – including the Midweek Herald
East Devon District Council looks set to to join other South West authorities in investing in a new bank
Plans which would see Budleigh Salterton’s cricket club relocated to the outskirts of the town have been submitted.
A landowner has responded to fears raised over works taking place at a garden area dedicated to a village’s late ‘loveable rogue’.
A former Exmouth care home will be divided up into more than 20 bedrooms if an application gets the green light from district planners.
The district council and developers behind Exmouth’s new watersports centre are still yet to put pen to paper on the final contract.
A Budleigh Salterton woman whose address was found on a pile of dumped waste in an Exmouth road has told the Journal one of her friends ditched the material.
A motion to recognise the importance of climate change and support young people’s calls for immediate action has been blocked by council bosses.
An address has been found on a haul of rubbish dumped on a country lane in Exmouth.
An application to install a mobile telephone mast in Exmouth has been criticised by town councillors.
Plans for 120 homes on the site of a disused factory in Exmouth have been given the go-ahead.
An application to install a telephone mast in Exmouth has attracted several objections - including one from the Deaf Academy.
Attractions in Queen’s Drive are set to be part of Exmouth seafront for the next three years.
Campaigners fighting the proposed demolition of a known bat habitat in East Budleigh have been given ‘breathing space’.
Plans to extend a cricket pavilion in Woodbury for use by a nursery from the village have been shelved.
An application to build 120 homes on the site of a disused factory in Exmouth is set to be given the go-ahead.
Popular seafront attractions in Exmouth are set for a stay of execution after district council officers recommended approval of a planning application.
An indoor sports stadium and concert arena with a capacity for 20,000 people could be built in the Greater Exeter area.
Community groups and not-for-profit organisations in East Devon can apply for a share of a £50,000 kitty after a pilot new scheme was launched.
These images show the final touches being made to East Devon District Council’s Honiton-based HQ.
The robot mowers come with their own security systems to tackle vandalism.
A supermarket giant is pressing ahead with plans to open a shop in Budleigh Salterton but has reduced the proposed size.
Council tax charged by the district council is set to rise in 2019/20.