Daily Archives: 18/09/2017


New project partner for Manadon and Honicknowle Sports Centre

Plans to transform an artificial football pitch into a new outdoor recreation hub for the Manadon and Honicknowle communities have taken a major step forward, with the approval of a new project partner and revised business case. We’re teaming up with the Argyle Community Trust to provide a new football, cricket and outdoor sports facility that […]


Childcare provision improves in Plympton

Extra capacity for childcare is being created in Plympton thanks to the relocation of Plum Tree Children’s Centre. Plum Tree, which currently operates from Plympton St Maurice School and Woodford Primary, is moving to the larger Rees Centre on Mudge Way. The move allows Plympton St Maurice Childcare Centre and Willow Childcare Centre to occupy […]


Progress on devolution deal to match our ambition

A devolution deal for the Heart of the South West area took a ‘very positive’ step after Somerset, Devon, Torbay and Plymouth leaders and senior politicians met Jake Berry MP, the Government Minister with responsibility for devolution, in London last week. The leaders discussed the next steps for a Combined Authority, which would see increased […]


Do you want to want to make travelling to and from school more fun this year?

Do you want to make travelling to and from school more fun this year? As children return to school for the new term, Plymouth City Council wants to talk to local families about how to make the school journey healthier and more fun. The Plymotion scheme offers a range of support and funding to schools, […]


Change of signal priorities at Outland Road, Ham Drive and Weston Park Road junction

Traffic signal priorities will be changed at the junction of Outland Road, Ham Drive and Weston Park Road this week. At the moment, traffic from Ham Drive and Weston Park Road heads onto Outland Road at the same time and drivers turning right have to give way to oncoming traffic. The signals will be changed […]