An extensive project spanning eight months to restore East Devon’s 2,500-year-old Iron Age hill fort, Woodbury Castle is nearing completion.
Conservation experts are working with pet owners to encourage responsible dog walking on some of the South West’s most precious landscapes.
As the Government launches a ten week consultation into the future of farm subsidies, Estates Director John Varley considers the challenges and opportunities facing British agriculture.
Leading UK trade retailer Screwfix has opened its first store in Exmouth at Clinton Devon Estates’ Liverton Business Park, creating eight jobs for local people.
Exmouth’s Liverton Solar Park is producing enough electricity to power more than 1,200 homes – the equivalent of six per cent of the households in the town, new figures have revealed.
Transcript of John Varley's presentation to the Devon Farm Management Association, entitled: “Taking advantage of the breakpoint – a perspective on the choices Devon farmers will have to make over the next five years”
Former quarry is providing 158 acres of space for nature whilst application for 2% of the site will help sustain local economy
It’s probably best known for being Britain’s smallest rodent, with each individual weighing in at around five grammes.
What may be less well known about the harvest mouse – aka Micromys minutus – is that it is listed as a priority conservation species in England.
A turf cutting ceremony has marked the start of work at Exmouth’s prestigious Plumb Park, a joint venture development which will provide East Devon with high quality new homes set around 14 acres of parkland.
Clinton Devon Estates has been presented with the prestigious Client of the Year Award at this year’s Landscape Institute Awards, at a ceremony in London hosted by bestselling author Bill Bryson.