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Posted: 9 October 2013

All of our completed Impact Assessments are published openly on our website. These updated pages contain Impact Assessments from 2007; if you can’t find what you’re looking here, contact us and we’ll try to help you track it down.

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Budget 2022/2023

Posted: 7 January 2022

Impact Assessment for the 2022/2023 Budget

A Clean Growth Vision for Development

Posted: 21 December 2021

An assessment of A Clean Growth Vision for Development – December 2021

This study was carried out to consider the opportunities for clean growth in the west of East Devon to feed in as evidence to the East Devon District Council local plan consultation process.

Growth Hub – Access to Finance Initiative

Posted: 1 December 2021

Growth Hub – Access to Finance Initiative Impact assessment November 2021

As an extension to the Growth Hub contract service offer, the Access to Finance initiative is aimed at raising awareness of specific finance options and to support businesses to identify finance options that may be suitable to meet their business needs

North Devon Link (Mental Health) Service Review

Posted: 30 November 2021

North Devon Link (Mental Health) Service Review – Impact Assessment November 2021

The four Link Centres in North Devon located in Barnstaple, Bideford, Holsworthy and Ilfracombe are for people experiencing a wide range of mental health difficulties. Since March 2020, the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, the buildings-based service has been closed and support has been provided virtually, mainly by telephone.