The way in which the city responded to the Coronavirus crisis has been praised by the Leader of the Council as the authority set its annual budget.
Published: 24 February 2021
Another 100 homes in Exeter are set to be retro-fitted with measures to make them more energy efficient after £500,000 of government funding being secured.
A ‘Landmark’ tree has been planted in one of Exeter many green spaces, with the hope that it will one day grow into one of the city’s iconic trees.
In his regular feature, Denis the Dustcart talks about how it’s hard being a conscious consumer. For instance, is replacing single-use plastic with single-use paper packaging really a solution?
The Virtual Council 23 Feb 2021 can now be viewed on our website.
Published: 23 February 2021
In Exeter there are currently 478 homes that have been empty for more than six months and the Council is urging owners of empty properties to bring them back into use.
The Virtual Planning 22 Feb 2021 can now be viewed on our website.
Published: 22 February 2021
The Council’s major investment in creating a new leisure centre and bus station in the city centre is a key part of the city’s economic recovery from Covid-19.
Published: 19 February 2021
People in Exeter are being encouraged to ‘Choose the world you want’ and consider Fairtrade this February during Fairtrade Fortnight which runs from 22 February until 7 March.
St Sidwell's Point, which will become the city's new super energy-efficient swimming pool and leisure complex when it opens this summer, is being built alongside Exeter's new bus station.
Published: 18 February 2021