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Our planning officers have received an application for the old Ruby Burgers site on Queen Street. The application is from Five Guys.

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Plans for the possible transfer of management of some of Exeter’s best known public greenspaces are to be discussed at the meeting of the Scrutiny Committee of Exeter City Council.

The meeting to be held on 8th September will consider a proposal that the long term management of parts of Riverside, Ludwell, Mincinglake, Duryard, Belvidere, Barley Valley and Whitycombe Way be transferred from Exeter City Council to the charity Devon Wildlife Trust. Exeter City Council will continue to own the sites.

Cllr Rob Hannaford, Lead Councillor for Place, said communities and their values were at the heart of the plans.

He said: “This is a huge opportunity for us as a City to make a statement about how we value our greenspaces.

“As a charity, The Devon Wildlife Trust have a wonderful reputation both as guardians and ambassadors. Together we will make sure that our most valuable assets are protected and managed for years to come”.

Devon Wildlife Trust’s Chief Executive, Harry Barton said: “We are in ongoing discussions with Exeter City Council about the transfer of these public greenspaces. Our talks are at an early stage and much of the detail needs to be decided.

“As a charity Devon Wildlife Trust has more than 50 years of experience managing some of the County’s most precious and beautiful greenspaces. Exeter is rightly proud of its countryside sites and if we are to take on their management we will look to improve them still further, working with local communities to enhance their accessibility and showcase their natural and cultural heritage.”
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Everyone is welcome to come along and to the New Bus Station open forum tomorrow at Exeter Corn Exchange between 8am and 5.30pm but if you're not able to make it, please help by filling in one of our questionnaires which we'll also be asking people to fill in tomorrow.
Complete a questionnaire today: http://buff.ly/1WUQtpo
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Happy New Year everyone. Welcome to 2016.
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Our Sunday Market & Car Boot Sale is back. Open this Sunday the 3rd Jan 16 at 6.15am. http://buff.ly/1OovKEP
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Our website will be unavailable while we carry out necessary maintenance work between 9 o'clock in the morning until 5 o'clock in the afternoon on Wednesday 16th December 2015.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Some services will still be available. These services include:

Find Out When Your Bin Is Collected
Report A Missed Bin
Make a payment (Parking Penalty Charge Notices, Council Tax, Housing Rents, Business Rates, BID Levy)
Online accounts for Council Tax, Housing Benefit, Business Rates, Landlord Services
Planning Applications & Appeals
Council Minutes/Agendas

Please visit buff.ly/1J9oNGh
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Great turnout for The Exeter Active exhibition with vast majority supporting the new leisure complex.

Read more: http://buff.ly/21uR5GG
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The public are invited to attend a drop in exhibition at the Guildhall today between 11am and 7pm where members of the design team will be present to answer any questions you might have about the proposed new leisure facility.

Information from the exhibition, along with online feedback forms, will be posted online at http://buff.ly/1XwgF9p once the public exhibition has taken place.
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