Daily Archives: 12/02/2018


Council make commitment to Phase 2 of Oceansgate funding

Plymouth City Council has made a £14.3m commitment to support Phase 2 of Oceansgate, a pioneering new marine business-hub development in South Yard, Devonport. As Phase 1 of the development nears completion, with the buildings expected to be opened in March, attention has turned to Phase 2. This will see the construction of a further […]


Council makes £10 million savings to deliver a balanced budget

Plymouth City Council is having to manage big reductions in its funding and further rises in the cost of providing social care services as it tries to balance its budget for 2018/19. A report to the Cabinet on 13 February says the Council has seen a huge reduction in its revenue support grant in recent […]


New-look Crownhill Library now open

Crownhill Library has re-opened today following a three-week refurbishment. It’s the third to undergo an upgrade as part of our Plan for Libraries, with Devonport and Southway having been refurbished in the autumn. It now boasts a brand new meeting room, complete with audio visual equipment, twice as many computers and a refreshed book stock. External […]

Inside the newly refurbished Crownhill Library

Argyle Community Trust appointed as sport coordinator for Mayflower 400

Argyle Community Trust have been appointed as Plymouth’s co-ordinator for sport and physical activity for the city’s Mayflower 400 commemorations in the lead-up to 2020. Mayflower 400 marks the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims sailing from Plymouth to America in 1620 and an incredible range of activity will be hosted across the city to commemorate […]