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Support Available for Mid Devon Residents

There are a number of resources available on our website for residents who require help and support; visit our residents' financial support webpage.

Churches Housing Action Team (CHAT) also supports people experiencing housing difficulties in Mid Devon. For advice, call 01884 255 606, open from 9-5pm on Monday to Friday.

We are aware of two new schemes that will help with ‘energy costs’ - at this time the Government has not issued full guidance and we have no further information so please don’t call; as soon as it’s available we’ll update our website.


Information on Housing Benefit, Council Tax Reduction, Fraud and Change of circumstances


Advice on arranging a funeral and information about cemeteries and memorials


Information about Brexit for residents, EU nationals and businesses in Mid Devon

Building Control

Link to NMD Building Control - a joint service in partnership with North Devon

Car parking

Pay-and-display car parks, free car parks and parking enforcement

Community safety

Reducing crime, disorder and anti-social behaviour

Coronavirus: Support for communities and businesses

Support amid the coronavirus outbreak

Council Tax

Information on paying Council Tax, Charges and Bands, Discounts and Exemptions, Change of address

Culm Garden Village

Visit our new website to find out about a new settlement proposed near Cullompton

Devon climate emergency

Find out what work has been achieved since the Devon Climate Emergency was declared


For more information about dog related issues including lost & found dog, barking dogs, dog fouling, dangerous dogs and responsible dog ownership

Energy efficiency advice

Increase energy efficiency in your home and save money using our energy switching service


Environmental issues such as street cleansing, contaminated land and more

Financial Support for Ukraine Refugees and Sponsors

Financial Support for Ukraine Refugees and Sponsors. Each guest is entitled to a one-off £200 payment. Sponsors are also entitled to a £350 per month ‘thank you’ payment from the government

Grants and funding

Bringing more money into Mid Devon to help develop the local community

Gypsies and Travellers

Information regarding gypsies and travellers and related links

Health and wellbeing

Protecting and improving the health, safety and wellbeing of people in Mid Devon


How we can help anyone who finds themselves homeless or is at risk of losing their home

Local authority searches

Which type of search? To find out our fees and payment methods and you can submit your search here.

Mid Devon Housing

Information on all aspects of Mid Devon Housing

Mid Devon Leisure

Visit our Leisure website for all activities at our centres in Crediton, Cullompton and Tiverton

Parks and play areas

Find out where your nearest park or play area is in Mid Devon


Find out if you require planning permission and how to apply

Planning policy

Find out how we are helping to steer development in Mid Devon

Private sector housing

Information for landlords, private tenants and owner occupiers

Public health and regulatory services

Protecting and improving the health, safety and wellbeing of people in Mid Devon

Public toilets

Find out where your nearest public toilet is and the facilities provided at each location

Recycling & rubbish

Information about our waste services including dates and frequencies of collections

Report an issue

Report problems in your area using our online forms, including dogs, ASB, missed bins, etc...

Roads and transport

Useful links to Devon County Council pages about roads in Mid Devon and links to assist you with you journey

Street and house naming

Information regarding street naming and numbering for builders/developers and householders

Tiverton Pannier Market

Visit our Tiverton Pannier Market website for information on traders and market events

Residents' Financial Support

There are ways we can help and support you if you are in need.

A warning about scams

Advice about potential scams and how to stay safe