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Neighbourhood parks

List and description of community/neighbourhood parks in Taunton Deane area.

Neighbourhood Plans

Neighbourhood Plans are community-led development plan documents. These plans, upon adoption, form part of the development plan: the starting point for decision-making in the determination of planning applications.

Netherclay Community Woodland Local Nature Reserve

Netherclay Community Woodland LNR borders the River Tone in Bishops Hull. It was designated as a LNR in 2004.

New Play Area Opens - 20 July 2017

Taunton Deane Borough Council is proud to announce the completion of a new children’s play area at Moorland Road.

New waste collection

Request a new waste collection or bins in Taunton Deane.

Noise, smoke and other nuisances

We deal with noise complaints, smoke complaints, odour complaints and other statutory nuisances which can affect your quality of life.

Non-payment of Business Rates

How Taunton Deane Borough Council will deal with the late or non-payment of Business Rates

Non-payment of Council Tax

How Taunton Deane Borough Council will deal with the late or non-payment of Council Tax

North Street

North Street car park

North Street Wiveliscombe

North Street car park, Wiveliscombe

Norton Hillfort Local Nature Reserve

Norton Hillfort Local Nature Reserve is a protected scheduled ancient monument. It is illegal to damage it in any way, or to use a metal detector on it without written permission from the Secretary of State for the National Heritage.

Notice of election

Notices of election for Somerset County Council have been published in Taunton Deane and West Somerset.

Notification of interest

Information on how to register an interest in a premises that holds a premises licence, if you have a property interest in the premises, so that you are notified when there are changes to the licence.

Notification of two or less gaming machines

We are responsible for registering premises licensed to sell alcohol who would like to take advantage of their right to make two or less gaming machines of category C or D available for use on their premises.