An economists view on Brexit

27th November 2016 Paul Reach 0

The OBR and the Chancellor got it wrong, wrong, wrong and wrong. Brexit will raise, not lower growth PATRICK MINFORD Telegraph – 26 NOVEMBER 2016 • 11:21AM The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement took its cue from (Read more)

Guildhall refurb to cost £350,000

9th November 2016 Paul Reach 1

The minutes of the last Town Council meeting record the answer to a question from the public seats regarding the cost of refurbishment of the Guildhall. The answer given was £350,000! When asked about a business plan (Read more)

The Costa Coffee question

9th November 2016 Paul Reach 0

This is another question which has divided the town. It relates to the application made by Whitbread to open a Costa Coffee in Dartmouth on Victoria Road. There are many aspects to this debate but (Read more)

Footfall overview September 2016

6th October 2016 Paul Reach 0

Once again the lower street footfall figures show an interesting trend in Dartmouth, somewhat in conflict with the results of our Business Survey. Footfall on lower street appears to have recovered a little especially during (Read more)

Start of a new era in Tourism?

14th September 2016 Paul Reach 1

With the latest development in the TIC story reported in the Dartmouth Chronicle last Friday 9th September by Karen Perrow, DB News feels it is important to ask a few relevant questions about the future of this (Read more)

Road closure on the A3122

19th July 2016 Paul Reach 0

The A3122 between Dartmouth and Halwell Cross has now reopened following the earlier diesel spillage. Temporary traffic lights are in place. The road was closed between Bugford Lane End and Norton Park. However Dartmouth Business News would like (Read more)

Woofstock gets the go ahead

15th July 2016 Paul Reach 0

As reported by Stuart Nuttall today in the Dartmouth Chronicle SHDC have shown common sense and approved the event to go ahead next August  Dartmouth Woofstock given the go-ahead Thursday, 14 July 2016 By Stuart (Read more)

Apartments SAILS into Dartmouth.

10th July 2016 Paul Reach 0

New Contemporary Apartments in the Heart of Dartmouth Launch After a prolonged development project SAILS can finally be seen in all its glory. An award winning development of apartments that will greet visitors as they (Read more)

TIC seeks further funding.

9th July 2016 Paul Reach 0

In an article in the Dartmouth Chronicle last Friday it was reported that the TIC will receive further financial support from the Town Council to ensure it gets through the summer season intact. The Council (Read more)

Saving the TIC

25th April 2016 Paul Reach 2

In previous articles we have said that saving the BID means retaining the possibility of saving the TIC. This report speculates on how this might be done .  Dartmouth TIC has been serving the town since 1992 (Read more)