Plymouth neighbourhood meetings have involved more than people since they began in summer 2010, and have proved popular – not least because they are offering the community solutions to problems
Plymouth City Council plans to relocated the library, museums and records stores from Tavistock Place on North Hill onto the former Parkside Community College site that borders the award-winning historic Devonport Park.
Plymouth’s Piazza will be transfored inot the city’s largest street party for the Royal Wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton withfootage from the ceremony at Westminster Abbey broadcast live on the big screen
Plymouths across the world will be getting a call from the mother of all Plymouths to return home as the city launches its new official visitor guide.
Plymouth City Council is asking for disabled people who have access to a vehicle, and their helpers, to comment on parking in and around Plymouth City Centre.
Plymouth City Council says it needs to save £30 million over three years, and is putting savings measure to council staff, with redundancies not being ruled out
Plymouth-based writer Hannah Silva, described by the Times as ‘one of the most ambitious and entertaining poets in the country’, has been appointed Plymouth City Council Arts Unit’s first writer in residence
The £46.5 million Plymouth Life Centre project is reaching the final stages as the pools are being tested at the sporting facility centre
Plymouth City Council’s regeneration team is working with housing association Affinity Sutton and residents on a campaign to improve recycling rates in the area.