Daily Archives: 16/03/2016


Plans to introduce a late night levy in Plymouth put on hold

The City Council has decided not to introduce a late night levy in Plymouth, until the details of a Home Office review are published. The late night levy is an additional fee paid by businesses that sell alcohol from 1am, so that those who make money from alcohol contribute more to the cost of clearing up […]


Plymouth turns the spotlight on Child Sexual Exploitation

The City Council is asking people to pledge to make a difference on National Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Day Friday 18 March. Plymouth’s Safeguarding Children’s Board has joined forces with Children, Young People and Families’ Services, Devon & Cornwall Police, NSPCC and Barnardos to launch a public pledge for action by asking everyone to consider […]


Contractor appointed and demolition starts at South Yard

A contractor has been appointed by the Council to design and build the first phase of employment development at Devonport’s South Yard. Following a procurement exercise, Midas Construction, part of the Midas Group, has been awarded the pre-contract agreement for Phase 1 direct development at the yard that will include new offices and industrial units […]