A national centre for rural family business to be sited in the West Country is being proposed following the success of a scheme to boost the regional economy by providing family farms and firms in Devon and South Somerset with specialist advice to enable future generations to prosper.
Specialist teams have been brought in by Clinton Devon Estates to clear trees felled in February’s storms.
Even with over 700 years of history, Clinton Devon Estates are not looking back. We are committed to providing a better future for the people who live and work on the estates and in the surrounding towns, villages and communities in North and East Devon.
A beauty spot on Clinton Devon Estates land in East Devon which is thought to have inspired a 19th century poet and hymn writer to compose some of his best loved work, has been marked for posterity.
Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Owen Paterson, has visited the Rolle Estate Office, in East Budleigh today (7th March 2014) where he met the Clinton Devon Estates leadership team who are responsible for the management of land and property across 25,000 acres of Devon.
The rural property and land management company Clinton Devon Estates has, once again, been named one of the best small businesses to work for in the UK.
In 2008 Clinton Devon Estates was approached by East Devon District Council with a request to lift all the remaining historic covenants to enable them to proceed with their regeneration plans for the benefit of the Town.
A scheme to underground overhead power cables and enhance the landscape of the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) has been completed as part of a joint initiative between Western Power Distribution, East Devon AONB Partnership, Clinton Devon Estates and the RSPB.
A rerouted section of the South West Coast Path which crosses Clinton Devon Estates land at Seaton has been officially opened.
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