Temporary bus station: latest news

Latest news on the temporary bus station: 

13 Oct 2017 - Closure of Exeter Bus Station delayed until February 2018

8 Sep 2017 - Exeter Bus Station will close at midnight on October 28

20 July 2017 - Councillors have backed an increased budget for a new bus station and state-of-the-art leisure complex

23 June 2017 - Councillors asked to back an increased budget for bus station project

22 Mar 2017 - Redevelopment of bus station site discussed at emergency council meeting

23 Feb 2017 - Closure of Exeter Bus Station temporarily on hold

9 Jan 2017 - Work gets underway on creating temporary city centre bus station

16 Nov 2016 - Plans for major redevelopment of Exeter Bus Station move forward

9 Nov 2016 - Councillors discuss temporary arrangements during bus station closure

7 Nov 2016 - Design of new Exeter Bus Station praised

20 Oct 2016 - Temporary arrangements during the bus station closure

10 Oct 2016 - Timetable for redevelopment at Exeter Bus Station



On 12 July 2016 members of Exeter City Council’s Leisure Complex and Bus Station Programme Board voted unanimously in favour of proceeding with interim bus station arrangements in the city centre.

The other option of using the Triangle Car Park was not progressed after taking on board the views of local residents and businesses.

Subject to Devon County Council approval, a temporary traffic solution will also be put in place to allow traffic to access two of the Princesshay car parks via Southernhay East, whilst construction works take place.

Press release July 13: Green light for plans 


A copy of the presentation to the Programme Board is available below

Presentation to programme board


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Last updated 25 October 2017