Daily Archives: 18/10/2018


Plymouth standing strong against modern slavery

Following an announcement at Plymouth City Council’s Cabinet Meeting last week residents of Plymouth are being taught how to recognise, and challenge suspected cases of modern slavery. Councillor Sally Haydon, Cabinet Member for Customer Focus and Community Safety, said “I am really pleased to see that partners across the city are promoting ways in which […]

Councillor Sally Haydon with Inspector Simon Hardwick and volunteers.

More hefty fines for dropping litter

Fourteen more people were fined for littering offences at Plymouth Magistrates Court this week.. The offenders were all given fixed penalty notices by the environmental enforcement officers, working for Kingdom Services Group on behalf of the Council, who witnessed them dropping litter on the city’s streets. However, despite several reminders, the fixed penalty notices remained […]


Signal junction option for Woolwell to The George scheme

Plymouth’s long term plan to tackle one of the worst bottlenecks in the city is likely to include a new signal junction at Woolwell, say transport planners. Extensive modelling has been carried out on a number of options to improve traffic flow between Woolwell Roundabout and The George Junction, a key commuter route into the […]

Woolwell Roundabout