WELCOME TO KINGSTEIGNTON
The Town that is the heart of Teignbridge
The introduction of part-night lighting has begun in Kingsteignton. You may notice that the street lights near your home are being switched off between 12 midnight and 6 am in the morning. This is being carried out in order to save energy.
We currently have a vacancy for a Councillor to serve the West Ward.
For further information regarding this position and to download an application form, please go to the Latest News page.
Grants Scheme Application Form
If you are an organisation within Kingsteignton, that is working on a project that will benefit our residents, you may be eligible to apply for a grant.
Please go to our Latest News page, to download an application form. Closing date is: TODAY Friday 7 March, 2014.
Highways and road drainage and flooding
- The majority of highway drainage repairs and maintenance in Teignbridge is the responsibility of Devon County Council to report problems please contact Devon County Council - Highways or call: 0845 155 1004 Weekdays 8am-8pm, Sat 9am-1pm or for Emergencies (Out of hours) 01392 383329
- A highway gully is a small chamber covered by a metal grating positioned in roads next to pavements to collect and drain away surface water.
Contact Drainage and Flooding or call 01626 361101 (Out of office hours - 01395 516854)
- The contacts above will react to an emergency as soon as possible but are not the blue-light emergency services.
- In the event of flood water threatening your property call the Emergency Services on 999.
- Sandbags are available from Teignbridge District Council, and should be collected, however in exceptional cases they may be delivered. Sandbags may take in excess of 2 hours to arrive.
- Where sandbags are either collected or delivered for the protection of commercial or business premises, a charge will be made of £20 (standing charge) plus £2.50 per bag.
- It is the responsibility of the resident to dispose of sandbags after use.
Advice on flood protection
The Teignbridge Drainage Team will provide practical advice on how you can provide flood protection measurers at your property, if watercourses are in poor condition or flows impeded. Contact Drainage and Flooding
Advice is also available to developers regarding land drainage or coastal erosion issues.Contact Drainage and Flooding
NEWS for information on:
Road Repair and Closures
Garden & Craft Show 2014
For information on Council Tax click here
Emergencies and Flooding click here.
Kingsteignton is a town and civil parish in South Devon, England. It lies at the head of the Teign Estuary to the west of Teignmouth in the Teignbridge district. It is bypassed by the A380 road between Exeter and Torbay and is also on the A381 to Teignmouth, the A383 to Newton Abbot and the B3193 towards Chudleigh.
Kingsteignton was, until recently, purported to be the largest village in England, with a population of over 11,000. The threat of being incorporated into the nearby town of Newton Abbot prompted the parish council to change the village's status to a town itself: the change took effect from 1 January 2009. However, with a friendly community feel, it can truly be described as "The Village Within A Town".
You can use the buttons on the right to find out more about the town or click on the headings at the top to go to the Your Council pages.