We have, and will continue, to invite communities to come forward to register an interest in the running of local assets or the provision of local services. Organisations and communities have done this by filling out an initial registration here.
This initial registration provides only an outline. Below is a list of these initial registrations of Community Interest.
|Name||Interested in Asset||interested in Service||Review|
|Dr Phil Povey-Naylor||No||Yes||Youth service|
|Emily Farrell||No||Yes||Youth service|
|John Burke||The Junction||No||Youth service|
|Kevin Henman. Stephen Evans. Dan Barton.||Bideford, Barnstaple, Tiverton, 100 Club, Phoenix, Honiton, Exmouth, Dawlish, Junction, Totnes, Tavistock (when built)||Yes||Youth service|
|Laura Underhill||The Junction and/or Horizons (building and contents), Youth Activity Bus and Minibus.||Yes||Youth service|
|Nikki Taylor||1 x Mini Bus & Equipment||Yes||Youth service|
|Not shared||The Junction Youth Centre & Multi-Use Games Area||No||Youth service|
|Not shared||Office space available in the Teignbridge area, and any possible storage solutions.||No||Youth service|
|Not shared||Heathfield Youth Centre||No||Youth service|
|Not shared||The Junction Youth Service Centre & Multi-Use Games Area||Yes||Youth service|
|Paul Rickard||The garages and equipment located close to The Junction, Newton Abbot. We are interested in all 3 garages, the canoe trailer, canoes and all the equipment within the garages.||No||Youth service|
|Peter Stephenson||Newton Abbot Junction Community and Young People’s Centre||No||Youth service|
|Philip Rowe||The Passmore Edwards Centre and The Junction||Yes||Library service, Youth service|
|Robert Dixon||No||Yes||Library service|
|Terry Westwood||Bovey Tracey Library||Yes||Library service|
|William Edward Keen||No||Yes||Youth service|
|Zena Fisher||No||Yes||Youth service|
Once these initial interests have been registered we aim to get back to those registrants and encourage them, if appropriate, to engage in a more involved Statement of Community Interest process so we can understand the detail and viability of their proposals. We are also doing this because working with communities to ensure a positive outcome takes resources and the Authority only has the capacity to deal with a limited number of proposals at any one time.
If you have already developed a proposal which you want evaluated for support by Devon County Council, please click here.