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Neighbourhood Plan - Steamer Quay and KEVICC Reports 

As part of the public engagement process and in advance of the public meeting on Tuesday 28th November at the Rowing Club, below are the links to the AECOM option reports for the Steamer Quay and KEVICC which are referred to in the pre-consultation draft Totnes Neighbourhood Plan.

Steamer Quay Final Draft AECOM Report

KEVICC Final Draft AECOM Report

KEVICC Governors Context Statement 

Grounds Maintenance Contract 

The Council would like to receive expressions of interest for their Grounds Maintenance Contract in respect of Totnes Cemetery, St Mary's Churchyard and Castle Meadow hedge-cutting for the year 1st April 2018 to 31st March 2019. Please telephone on 01803 862147 or e-mail to obtain a copy of the contract specification and details of the tendering process. The tendering process will close at 12pm on Monday the 8th January 2019.

Christmas Shopping in Totnes 

Please see attached notice for all the details on Christmas Shopping in Totnes 

Christmas Shopping in Totnes V4 2017



 A public meeting will be held on Tuesday 28th November 2017 at 7pm at the Rowing Club on Steamer Quay to discuss the Neighbourhood Plan. The final informal draft plan can be found at the following link: and a copy is available to view in the Guildhall.





A Cultural Strategy for Totnes has been launched and the document can be found at the following link:



Caring Town has produced an information card for young people to use and to stay safe over the summer holidays, which can be found at the following link:

/_UserFiles/Files/Summer 2017 - staying safe advice cards.pdf 



Councillor Rosie Adams, Mayor of Totnes, will be holding an open surgery on the first Wednesday of each month between 10.30-12.00 as part of the St John's Church Community Cafe in Bridgetown, Totnes. Rosie welcomes all discussions and questions. The next open surgery will be held on Wednesday 6th December.


Recycle Devon 

Recycle Devon Thank You Awards? The awards recognise people who make a real effort to reduce, reuse or recycle waste.  They could be a friend, neighbour, child, community group, small business, recycling collector or staff at your local recycling centre. All shortlisted nominees will be invited to an awards ceremony on 16th March 2018. Please see poster attached.

DDCW-ThankYou Awards  



Problem on the Roads? 

Don't forget you can report any of the road problems listed below on this DCC page:

Flooding & blocked drain
Street light
Hazardous or fallen trees
Overgrown vegetation
Trip hazard
Broken manhole cover
Public rights of way
Debris or obstruction
Defective road markings or signs
Retaining walls
Traffic lights
Fences & barriers
Lit signs & bollards




South Dartmoor Community Energy 0800 112 3044 



 Pop in to speak to a Local Energy Advisor at the;


Caring Town Information Exchange in

The Mansion between 10.30-1.30 on

Thursday 23rd November.

Advice and support on choosing the best electricity tariff, smart meters, grants for heating and insulation improvements, extra support from suppliers. Bring your latest fuel bill.

Home visits can be made to housebound residents







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