Daily Archives: 23/10/2014


Plymouth smashes Plan for Jobs target

We’ve done it! 2,000 jobs have been created through the city’s ambitious Plan for Jobs. A concerted effort to push projects that have stalled, provide support for business getting off the ground and encourage existing businesses to expand has led to 2,000 new roles in Plymouth – months ahead of target. Council leader Tudor Evans […]


New charter to set standard for private rented housing in Plymouth

Landlords in Plymouth are being asked to sign up to a new charter to improve private rented homes in the city. A consultation is being launched today (Thursday 23 October) to share the draft Charter for PR Housing with landlords, tenants, and the wider public in Plymouth. Plymouth City Council has committed, as one of its […]


Trial lighting for landmarks

Plymouth’s much loved landmarks are coming a step closer to being permanently lit. Charles Church and Smeaton’s Tower will be in the spotlight for one night – 11 November – as part of a trial lighting scheme. The Council wants the landmarks to be better lit at night, but is looking at making sure this […]