Devon County Council Report a Problem page - www.devon.gov.uk/roadsandtransport/report-a-problem
Use this page to report problems relating to: Potholes, Parking, Overgrown Vegetation, Public Rights of Way, Hazardous or Fallen Trees, Debris or Obstruction, Defective Road Markings or Signs, Trip Hazards, Traffic Lights, Broken Manhole Covers, Grit Bins, Bridges and Retaining Walls, Fences and Barriers, Ice, Street Lights, Lit Signs, Lit Bollards, Flooding and Blocked Drains.
Members of the public can report problems using this site.

Teignbridge District Council –www.teignbridge.gov.uk

Devon County Council – www.devon.gov.uk

Latest roadworks and road closures - one.network 

South West Water – www.southwestwater.co.uk

Police and Crime Commissioner Annual Report 2019-20


Flood Risk Management Strategy Newsletter October 2021

Newsletter includes 'What to do in the event of a flood' and 'Your guide on who to call'


Solar Panels

Devon’s householders have the chance to help the county become net-zero by joining Devon Climate Emergency’s (DCE) solar panel group-buying scheme.

The DCE’s latest project is Solar Together and, with group buying experts iChoosr Ltd, they are offering homeowners the chance to buy high quality solar PV more cheaply than if they were buying alone. Led by Devon County Council, the scheme is partnered by East Devon, Mid Devon, North Devon, South Hams, Teignbridge and Torridge District Councils, West Devon Borough Council, Exeter City Council and Dartmoor and Exmoor National Park Authorities.

Research by the University of Exeter shows that 19 per cent of all Devon’s carbon emissions are created by our homes, with more than half of those by grid-supplied electricity. Installing solar panels will reduce the amount of grid-supplied electricity needed for things like hot water, with a transfer to more eco-friendly solar energy.

If you are interested, the first step is to register for free at solartogether.co.uk/devon/home – by registering, there is no obligation to install panels. Registered households will then receive a recommendation, specifically tailored to the details they submitted in their registration.

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