Daily Archives: 18/11/2016


Cockahoop at new Social Enterprise City brochure!

A successful social enterprise that inspires children and young people to learn has hosted the launch of Plymouth’s new Social Enterprise City brochure. Bees – the Bespoke Engaging Education Services – has been showcasing its work as well as highlighting some of the achievements that have been going on in Plymouth over the last 18 […]


Additional £10 million confirmed for rail resilience in South West

Deputy leader of Plymouth City Council has today welcomed the Government announcment of £10 million for rail resilience in the South West. Councillor Patrick Nicholson said: “Whilst it is reassuring that Network Rail will be able to continue to develop plans into strengthening resilience of the rail line at Dawlish, these are still only plans. […]


Traffic signals to be removed on Notte Street junction

Traffic lights on a busy junction near the Barbican are to be replaced with a mini-roundabout as part of Council plans to keep Plymouth moving.  The junction of Notte Street and Hoe Approach currently has three signalised crossings and often gets congested with waiting traffic, particularly at peak times. We plan to install a mini-roundabout to […]