Daily Archives: 11/01/2019


Torn from home: Plymouth comes together to mark Holocaust Memorial Day

Residents in Plymouth are being invited to participate in this year’s Holocaust Memorial Day commemorations. There will be a special public ceremony at the Peace Garden on Plymouth Hoe from 2pm on Sunday 27 January 2019, the date of Holocaust Memorial Day, to remember all those who have died in the Holocaust and subsequent genocides. […]


We’ll keep on caring pledges Council’s finance lead

The man in charge of the city’s finances vowed to continue caring for Plymouth’s children and elderly and to campaign for a better deal – despite the Government’s support grant shrinking to just £9 million. The revenue support grant has been cut from £76.6 million in 2013/14 to only £9.5 million in 2019/20, leaving local […]


New policy for unauthorised encampments

Plymouth City Council is taking a fresh look at the way it handles unauthorised encampments. The previous policy, presented last November, listed plans to provide several temporary stopping places (TSPs) around the city as well as placing Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) on sites historically occupied by encampments. That policy was never implemented and so […]