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Council Land and Buildings

The Council's Land and Property Portfolio is widely spread throughout the district to provide a service to the community, but is concentrated within the main Towns of Bideford, Great Torrington, Northam and Holsworthy. The Portfolio includes a variety of Land and property assets including Managed Commercial land and industrial estates, offices, depots, car parks, cemeteries, play areas, public conveniences, woods and amenity land

Further information about our estate and how we manage it can be found on the pages below. 

We have recently completed full registration of our estate with HM land Registry, along with updating our system to an electronic 'terrier' of land and property assets. Please contact us if you wish to know whether the Council own a piece of land or property. Please note, that we do not hold details of land and property in private ownership. Any queries in this regard should be directed to HM Land Registry

More information about our estate and how we manage it

  • PlansBuying or leasing land from us

    Buying or leasing land from us

    The Council's Property Team will consider all requests to purchase or lease land from us. We are happy to consider requests for small pieces of land from our citizens, provided the request would not have a negative impact on the environment or the public good. We will also consider requests from the third sector for the transfer of assets to the community

  • Car ParksCar Parks

    Car Parks

    Torridge District Council operate a number of Pay & Display car parks across the District and also act as agent to Devon County Council for the enforcement of on street parking regulations.

  • Riverbank HouseCouncil Offices

    Council Offices

    Locations, information and opening times of our offices

  • Victoria ParkParks and Open Spaces

    Parks and Open Spaces

    Torridge District Council looks after approximately 50 hectares of grass, flowerbeds, shrub areas, trees, parks and children's play areas

  • Caddsdown Phase IIAsset Management Plan

    Asset Management Plan

    The Council's Asset Management Plan 2013 - 2017 sets out how the Council handles its land and property portfolio. This has received the highest rating of "Good" from Government Office Southwest.

  • Victoria Park Amenity BuildingPublic Conveniences

    Public Conveniences

    Torridge District Council manage and maintain public conveniences at many locations throughout the district.