New affordable home development in Yeovil helps meet the housing demand in South Somerset

A £5.8 million affordable housing development has been officially opened in Yeovil.

Former Queensway car park brought to life with 24 affordable apartments

The official opening of 24 affordable rented apartments has been marked with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Ben Jacobs Court development in Queensway in Yeovil.

Step out and join our new Health Walks

Health Walks have been set up in South Somerset allowing more residents to enjoy the health and social benefits that walking brings.

Popular Playdays see thousands of children attend free fun sessions

Parents and children enjoyed free family fun at Playdays events across South Somerset.

Local writers feature film screening at Westlands Entertainment Venue

A local writer saw his story at Westlands Entertainment Venue as part of the nationwide launch.

It all started in a park – and the good times carry on

South Somerset District Council is joining leading environmental charity, Keep Britain Tidy, and hundreds of parks across the country to celebrate Love Parks Week (13 - 22 July).

Delivery of Affordable Housing increased from previous year

Residents in South Somerset have benefitted from seeing an increase in the number of affordable homes built in the district last year and can look forward to more affordable homes being created in the future.

Redesign of Council Offices at Petters Way

The front of house area at the District Council's offices in Petters Way will see a redesign which will offer customers a better experience with a fresh, modern and contemporary environment.

15 new afforable homes in Wincanton set to help renters onto the property ladder

Social housing provider Stonewater has celebrated the start of construction of affordable homes in Balsam Park, Wincanton. It is being built to help people struggling to get themselves out of rented housing and onto the property ladder.

Proposed new Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) for public spaces in Yeovil

South Somerset District Council and Avon and Somerset Police updated the control and restrictions of street drinking and other antisocial activities.