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Seaton Town Council

Once again, Team Seaton finds innovative solutions to repair and improve the town's assets - even those that the town council are not responsible for - whilst adhering to its commitment to sustainability, wherever possible. Here the Town Maintenance Officer, aided by Streetscene, are busy cleaning old bricks for reuse, then relaying them, with the assistance of Harcombe Engineering, to rebuild the seafront planters adding concrete to provide reinforcement against future storms. Next section will be completed next week. Thank you Phil, Jamie and Harcombe #teamseaton #sustainable #streetscene #partnershipworking #STC #seatontowncouncil ... See MoreSee Less

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Well done. 👍

Lovely job, as was all the guys work clearing up after the storm and re-shaping the beach, it all looks great.

Well done... it does look lovely when it's all done even if the sea disagrees...

A HUGE thank you to everyone x

Well done!! ... & thank you🙏

Great team work here everyone improving Seaton’s image

Great job , well done to all involved and thank you

Good job guys making improvements

👏👏👏

Well done all.

Great...well done! ❤

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Seafront Update
Some informal discussions have taken place, involving members of Seaton Town Council (STC) in their individual capacities, with a view to exploring options regarding the progress of any enhancements to the seafront. STC has now been advised that a formal offer has gone to EDDC from a private developer to purchase the Moridunum, with a view to them applying for a new planning consent along the lines of the previous scheme. If agreement is reached between the developer and EDDC, and planning consent is subsequently granted, the developer has confirmed his intention to redevelop the Moridunum in accordance with that new consent.

As previously stated, STC still awaits the report of EDDC officers regarding the possibility of any wider seafront enhancements, which are separate from the Moridunum.
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Thanks for the update. 👍

I believe this is called "getting your retaliation in first". Any development, and of the Seaton seafront especially, surely ought to be in the context of a masterpaln. Is this proposal?

Thanks for the update!

Interesting... would love to know more.

Can someone clarify ‘’Moridunum” seems to be Roman term?

Thanks for this info! 😊

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NOTICE
MONDAY, 12 APRIL 2021

In light of today's sad news, as a mark of respect, a decision has been made to postpone the meetings of Seaton Town Council and Seaton Town Council's Planning Committee scheduled for Monday, 12 April. These will be rescheduled on Monday and new agendas issued with the new date.
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Statement of Persons Nominated for the Election of Seaton & Colyton's County Councillor ... See MoreSee Less

Statement of Persons Nominated for the Election of Seaton & Colytons County Councillor

Statement of Persons Nominated for the Police & Crime Commission for the Devon & Cornwall Area. ... See MoreSee Less

Statement of Persons Nominated for the Police & Crime Commission for the Devon & Cornwall Area.

In memory of HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh
21 June 1921 - 9 April 2021
Seaton Town Council received today's announcement of the death of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh with great sadness. On behalf of the Mayor, all councillors and staff, the Council extends its most sincere condolences to Her Majesty the Queen and family and offers thanks for the Duke’s lifelong service to the nation.

The Union Flag at Windsor Gardens is being flown at half-mast and will remain so until HRH Prince Philip has been laid to rest.

For those wishing to sign the official Book of Condolence this is available at www.royal.uk/condolence. A selection of these messages will be passed on to members of the Royal Family.
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In memory of HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh
                                21 June 1921  - 9 April 2021
Seaton Town Council received todays announcement of the death of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh with great sadness. On behalf of the Mayor, all councillors and staff, the Council extends its most sincere condolences to Her Majesty the Queen and family and offers thanks for the Duke’s lifelong service to the nation.

The Union Flag at Windsor Gardens is being flown at half-mast and will remain so until HRH Prince Philip has been laid to rest. 

For those wishing to sign the official Book of Condolence this is available at https://www.royal.uk/condolence.  A selection of these messages will be passed on to members of the Royal Family.

New services available in Seaton from the charity TRIP ... See MoreSee Less

New services available in Seaton from the charity TRIPImage attachment