Daily Archives: 12/07/2018


Council pledges to keep pressing for funding

Families whose children attended the Studio School should not be out of pocket as they join new schools – that’s the view of the Council’s Cabinet member for Education, Jon Taylor who has promised to keep pressing the Department for Education for funding. Cabinet member for Education, Skills and Transformation, Councillor Jon Taylor said the […]


Closure order granted for anti-social behaviour

A pair of nuisance neighbours have been evicted from their property by Plymouth Magistrates after a sustained campaign of anti-social behaviour. Plymouth City Council’s Community Connections Team applied for a closure order on Flat 5, 32 Grand Parade after work in partnership with Devon and Cornwall Police, which the Magistrates granted on Wednesday for a […]


The show must go on

Despite England’s exit from the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Plymouth City Council and Plymouth Argyle have agreed to leave big screens inside Home Park until the competition has finished. More than 2,000 England fans watched the Three Lions take on Croatia from the Lyndhurst stand on Wednesday night. Although the result was a tough one […]


Council to protect more of the city’s valuable green spaces

Three new green spaces in Plymouth are to receive special protection by being designated as Local Nature Reserves. The City Council is to designate Kings Tamerton Woods, Newnham Meadows and Seaton and Lower Bircham Valley as reserves, providing legal protection for a further 48 hectares of habitats that include woodland, grassland wetland and streams. The […]


Shopkeepers warned over sales of e-liquids to minors

An operation by Plymouth City Council Trading Standards found that six out of the seven shops visited sold multiple bottles of e-liquid containing nicotine to a 16-year-old volunteer. The team sent the young test purchaser to visit seven Plymouth shops and was sold e-liquid in six of the stores. Trading Standards regularly carry out test […]