Daily Archives: 02/11/2018


Budget fails to help councils deal with austerity

The Chancellor’s Budget Statement has completely ignored the desperate need to help councils deal with the impact of a decade of austerity, Council Leader Tudor Evans says. There’s no immediate help for councils such as Plymouth that are urgently trying to plug funding gaps this financial year caused by cuts in Government funding while demand […]


Community gets behind launch of Together for Childhood in Plymouth to help keep children safe

Hundreds of people turned out for the community launch of Together for Childhood in Plymouth – an exciting new project with a vitally important goal helping to keep children safe from sexual abuse. The programme is a hugely positive undertaking for the city, with the NSPCC, Plymouth City Council and Plymouth Safeguarding Children’s Board joining […]


New library will be Budeaux-ful!

A new chapter for St Budeaux got underway this week with work starting on a brand new library and 24 new homes. Local developers Land Developments (SW) started on the old library site in Victoria Road to build the complex which will provide affordable homes for Plymouth people as well as a fantastic new library. […]


Plymouth dog owners back campaign to clear up dog mess

Responsible dog owners in Plymouth are backing a campaign to clean up dog mess in the city. Local owners and dog walking groups are working with Plymouth City Council to encourage owners to do the right thing and help keep the city’s streets and parks clean. Dog mess can now be put in any of […]