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Car Parking in SDC-owned Carparks

Sedgemoor District Council have suspended car parking charges for everyone in the SDC owned carparks.

Sedgemoor on the Road to Further Prosperity

Sedgemoor District Council Leader Duncan McGinty officially welcomed the team from Gravity to the District as work started on the road that unlocks development of the 635-acre Enterprise Zone on the former Royal Ordnance Factory site outside Bridgwater.

Where Does the Town Centre End?

In a recent letter to the Bridgwater Mercury, Mrs James was complaining that the Post Office should be in the town centre. A portion of...

Drivers in Pedestrian Areas

Another person was almost hit yesterday by a van ignoring a pedestrianised area

Great British Beach Clean Weekend 14th – 17th September

As proud partners of Litter Free Coast and Sea Somerset, Sedgemoor District Council will be completing their own beach clean as part of the...

Landlord and Tenant Expo

Sedgemoor, Taunton Deane, and West Somerset Councils have formed a partnership to deliver the Private Sector Housing Service (Somerset West Private Landlord and Tenant...

Mount Street Car Park Travellers Served with Notice

There is a group of travellers (9 caravans) on SDC land at Mount Street Car Park in Bridgwater. They arrived on Friday evening and...

Keeping the district blooming lovely. Free bulbs available

Sedgemoor District Council are offering Parish and Town Councils as well as Community groups free bulbs to plant themselves, in order to make Sedgemoor...

Changes to the licensing of Houses in Multiple Occupation – October

Changes in Government legislation will see the requirement to licence a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) widened to include two-storey properties. From Monday 1st October...

Sedgemoor District Council Response to our £500,000 Loan Article

It is important to note that while we will not remain quiet on what is taking place in Bridgwater, we are apolitical, so we...

Sedgemoor District Council Finds the Money to Bail Out the Mercure Hotel

While the District Council has been well known for saying that they do not want to support activities such as the arts, which would be of use to local people, they have no problem coming to a secret deal, as explained by them, which would give a £500,000 loan to the Mercure Hotel.
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