Strategies for economic growth

Our Economic Development Plan 

We are currently reviewing our Economic Development Plan, this sets out what we do to support local business and boost the local economy. 

We are asking businesses in Teignbridge to get involved. We want to know what businesses want from us, what they think we should prioritise and to tell us what is holding them back. A survey can be taken, which gives local enterprise an opportunity to help shape council policy.

An appraisal of our previous 2012-2015 Economic Development Delivery Plan is available, take a look at what we have achieved.

Exeter and Heart of Devon Economic Strategy (EHOD)

The EHOD area comprises four local authorities - Teignbridge, Exeter, Mid Devon and East Devon. Economic Development teams across these four authorities share a collaborative, forward looking mindset, conscious of how administrative boundaries are of little concern to businesses.

Given EHOD's shared economic geography it was recognised that there are strong grounds for a Shared Economic Strategy. This was published in November 2016. 

Devon Strategy for growth 

The Devon County Council’s (DCC) Strategic Plan sets out how the county can ensure that Devon is strong, healthy and prosperous, and is the place we all want it to be. It highlights the role that enterprise can play in helping us achieve that goal and our vision of improving quality of life for all who live, work and visit the county

Heart of South West Local Enterprise Partnership Strategic Economic Plan 

The Strategic Economic Plan was submitted to Government on 31 March 2014. The plan outlines the strategic ambitions for the heart of south west area. 

Teignbridge District Council Local Plan 

The Teignbridge Local Plan 2013 to 2033 sets out the Council's planning vision for the district, delivering growth, jobs, homes, facilities and environmental protection. It is the framework which guides development and offers much better protection for places the Council has not earmarked for development. It was adopted by the Council on 6 May 2014. 


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Last updated 8 February 2018