Each room will be carpeted and fitted with basic office equipment, an electric heater is fitted. Electricity is remotely metered and will be charged at cost. Service charge will include cleaning of common areas, heating and lighting of common areas and use of kitchen. There will be no parking available.


Office 4 295sq ft @ £11 per sq ft £3245 + electricity + VAT

Office 6 67sq ft @ £14 per sq ft £940 + electricity + VAT

Office 7 85sq ft @ £14 per sq ft £1190 + electricity + VAT

In addition, all rooms will be subject to NNDR (National Non-Domestic Rates) payable to East Devon District Council

For further information please contact or ring 01404 812252

We are in the process of updating our website. If you have any scenic photographs taken in the parish of Ottery St Mary which you would be happy for us to use on our website could you please email them to


On the day where the town was buzzing with visitors, the Mayor, Paul Bartlett judged and presented the Shop Window Competition for the Tour of Britain where the winners were:

Best Shop Window: The Pine Store

Best Eatery Window: Tickety-Boo

Best Service Business Window: EM&F Group Ltd

Each one received a prize of a one month unlimited membership voucher donated by LED Ottery so thanks to them and congratulations to them all for their dedication and efforts.

 Tour of Britain

Touur of Britain 

Best Eatery Window: Tickety-Boo

Best Eatery Window: Tickety-Boo 

Best Shop Window: The Pine Store 

 Best Shop Window: The Pine Store

Best Service Business Window: EM&F Group Ltd
Best Service Business Window: EM&F Group Ltd
Citizen and Business of the Year

The Annual Parish Meeting was held on 23rd April at the Institute where we were pleased to congratulate Peter Harris who was awarded Citizen of the Year, as voted for by the parishioners of Ottery St Mary for all his hard work around the town in maintaining the street furniture and bringing matters of importance to the attention of the Town Council. To quote from a nominee, “Peter is a well-known resident of Ottery St Mary. He has worked over the years keeping benches painted and is a mine of information about our town.” Cllr Paul Bartlett (the then Mayor) was delighted to present Peter with a glass trophy.

In addition, the new award, `the Business of the Year` was presented to `Tickety Boo` (due to the equality of votes for a number of the businesses in the town, the Rev Steve Weston had picked out `Tickety Boo` from the names contained in an envelope).

The Mayor thanked all the nominees and everyone involved in making the awards a success so congratulations to them all

Peter Harris Citizen 
of the year 2019

Peter Harris Citizen  of the year 2019 

Stuart Phillips owner of Tickety Boo – Business of the year 2019

Stuart Phillips owner of Tickety Boo – Business of the year 2019


The local Information Centre's opening hours are:

Monday 10am - 1pm

Wednesday 10am - 1pm

Friday 10am- 1pm

Flooding Information for Devon
To find out whether there are flood warnings in your area please click on the link below:
If you need any further information you can contact the Incident Communication Service on 0845 850 3518 (Emergency services and external partners).
If you are at risk of flooding, don’t wait until it is too late to act.
Ottery St Mary Town Council has a limited supply of bags from East Devon DC. You can collect them from the Town Council offices during normal office hours (Monday to Friday, between 10.00am and 1.00pm). You will need to use your own sand.
Sandbags offer some protection by keeping water out for short periods when used together with plastic sheeting and garden soil can be used in emergencies as a substitute for sand.
There’s lots of helpful advice about using sand bags available from the Environment Agency
West Hill Parish Council
From 1st April 2017, a new Parish Council for West Hill came into effect and therefore West Hill is no longer part of the Parish of Ottery St Mary.

Footpath/Cycle Way
The Council has been working hard to achieve a new Footpath/Cycle path from Butts Road to Otter Nurseries. We hope to achieve this in due course.