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Langport, situated on the banks of the River Parrett, in the heart of the Somerset Levels, is one of the smallest towns in England. The Town itself is surrounded by the parish of Huish Episcopi and rests in an area of countryside that includes the communities of Curry Rivel, Aller, High and Low Ham, Drayton, Pitney, Hambridge, Westport and Muchelney, amongst others. To the north east is the town of Somerton and to the south east that of Martock. Langport is situated in the District of South Somerset.
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You can contact call the office on 01458 259700 or our booking form.
Planning applications are made through South Somerset District Council and will be reviewed and monitored by a Planning Officer; however Langport Town Council will be consulted for observations. If a planning application has been made in an area close to your home you will most likely receive a letter advising you of the application. If you would like view a planning application, they can be found on the SSDC website: www.southsomerset.gov.uk
Council tax is paid to South Somerset District Council and can be paid by direct debit, over the phone or online. Langport Town Council are not able to take payments for Council tax.
For more information visit their website: www.southsomerset.gov.uk
Somerton Recycling Centre can be contacted by telephone on 01458 274643 or via the Somerset Waste Partnership website: www.somersetwaste.gov.uk.
It is located at Bancombe Road Industrial Estate, Somerton, TA11 6SB and the opening times are as follows:
- Monday: 8:00am – 7:00pm
- Thursday – Saturday: 8:00am – 4:00pm
- Sunday: 8:00am – 1:00pm. Except for their annual closures on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
Your local Dog Warden can be contacted through Somerset District Council on 01935 462462.
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Looking forward to a busy day in Langport Square and Undercroft. Lots for everyone, come along and browse the beautiful stalls and do your weekend shopping. These beautiful Cider jugs from Ellis Pottery of High Ham. https://t.co/mR2AKY3oqc