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  1. Skypark

    The Skypark Business Park is a major new development and a key component of the wider Growth Point initiative. The development will be a 107 acre site with planning permission for 1.4 million square feet of business space.  The planning…

  2. Exeter economy in numbers

    Population: Exeter, the capital city of Devon, has an estimated population of 128,900 and is at the heart of a travel to work area of over 470,000 residents.  Employment: The city's wider area includes much of the district council areas of East…

  3. Getting to our offices

    Our offices are fully accessible. We have a number of self help computers and direct telephone and internet connection to partner organisations. We suggest that visitors to our offices and facilities in the city centre should travel on foot, by…

  4. MSM Software Solved

    Testimonial Computer software development and support company MSM Software Solved relocated its headquarters to Exeter in July 2006 following an increase in demand for its services. MSM, which stands for Management Systems Modelling, was…

  5. Exeter Science Park

    The Exeter Science Park is part of the Growth Point development and is located near to Exeter International Airport and adjacent to the M5 and A30.  Work was completed in early 2013 on the £1.1million access road.  The first two buildings (Eagle…

  6. Cookies

    Exeter City Council and its partner sites all place cookies onto your computer for the purpose of making your visits to our sites more friendly and efficient. Legislation requires we tell you about this and to give you the option to remove these…

  7. Naming Streets and Numbering Houses

    Section 64 of The Town Improvement Clauses Act 1847 requires Councils to ensure houses and buildings are “marked with numbers as they think fit”. We also have a responsibility to make sure that the street names are displayed. Should any person…

  8. Third-party systems

    Information about, and accessibility statements from third-party systems used on the Exeter website. Granicus Firmstep Firmstep's products have been developed to meet the UK Government market standards. Forms are compatible with AA accessibility…