Daily Archives: 12/06/2017

History Centre prepares to sign building and construction contract

The team behind the city’s ground breaking History Centre project is preparing for the start of a new chapter in the journey towards a 2020 opening. Following a series of in-depth negotiations, Plymouth City Council is set to sign a contract worth £22.6 million with Willmott Dixon for the major building and construction work. A […]

Statement on people not on the electoral register on polling day

The reason some people arrived at a polling station on Thursday and were told they were not on the electoral register and could not vote was because they had been removed after failing to confirm their eligibility to be registered. At the time that poll cards were sent out a number of electors who had […]

First phase of Colin Campbell regeneration to start

Plymouth’s plan to begin the regeneration of the West End and create a link with the waterfront is getting into gear with the appointment of demolition contractors for the first phase of work. South West contractors Gilpin Demolition have been appointed to demolish three buildings at the corner of New George Street. Work is due […]

Plymouth Safeguarding Adults Board publishes Serious Case Review

Plymouth Safeguarding Adults Board has published the Serious Case Review into ‘V’ and you can access the full report here. Carole Burgoyne, Vice Chair of the Plymouth Safeguarding Adult Board said: “First of all, we want to extend our sincere condolences to the family of V for their sad loss. “We would also like to […]