Daily Archives: 21/05/2015

Continued investment in primary schools

As the City Council continues to drive forward growth in the city, the need for additional primary school places has never been more important. Since 2012 Plymouth City Council has created an additional 348 school places across the city, and with a programme of planned improvements works at St Mathews Primary, Woodford Primary, Holy Cross […]

PCC apprentices are regional winners

Yesterday a team of apprentices from Plymouth City Council took a huge leap towards becoming the Brathay national apprentice team of the year. At the House of Commons, the Council’s team of dynamic young apprentices were announced as one of eight teams (out of an original 47) to make it through to the final. This […]

Plymouth’s iconic Laira Rail Bridge re-opens as new walking and cycling link

Plymouth’s iconic Laira Rail Bridge has been opened to the public today, after lying derelict for 28 years. A £3.5 million scheme, funded through the Department for Transport’s Local Sustainable Transport Fund, has breathed new life into the former rail bridge by converting it into a new walking and cycling route over the River Plym. […]