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The Amory Centre,

125 East Street,

South Molton,

EX36 3BU

01769 572501

smtc@northdevon.gov.uk

Garden Room

Tuesday 23rd August

Planning Meeting

Amory Centre

Commencing 6.30pm

 

Monday 12th September

Finance Meeting

Amory Centre

Commencing 6.30pm

 

Tuesday 27th September

Planning & Town Council Town Hall

Commencing 6.30pm

 

Agendas Here

Forthcoming

Council Meetings

For more information go here

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

Evenings & Weekends by arrangement

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Planning Tracker

Planning applications made to North Devon Council can be accessed through the link shown below. The site will allow you access to the full documentation of any submitted application whether it be in the South Molton or wider North Devon area.

CLICK HERE to open the Planning Application Tracker

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North Devon Council are in The Amory Centre:

Monday: 9am - 5pm

Tuesday: 9am - 5pm

Thursday: 9am - 5pm

(Closed between 1pm - 2pm)

 

Useful Numbers:

Council Tax: 01271 388361

Planning: 01271 388288

Housing Benefit: 01271 388877

Environmental Health: 01271 388870

Housing: 01271 388871

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Meeting & Interview Rooms for Hire

Please contact Jacqui Eaton on

01769 572501 or

e-mail: tacbookings@northdevon.gov.uk

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Exercise of Public Rights

Accounts for the Year Ended 31 March 2016

Any persons interested has the oppurtunity to inspect and make copies of the Annual Return and all books, deeds, contracts, bills, vouchers and receipts etc. relating to them between the dates of 28th June 2016 - 27th July 2016.

Notice of date of commencement of period of public rights - Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2016

For more details

please download the PDF

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South Molton is often referred to as 'The Gateway to Exmoor' because of its location in relation to the Southernmost tip of the Exmoor National Park. South Molton has a rich and varied past and has been an important market town since at least Saxon times. The town's wealth was originally built on the woollen trade and agriculture is till an important part of the town. South Molton is the last remaining market town in North Devon with a weekly livestock market taking place each Thursday.

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