Daily Archives: 10/06/2019

West Pier response

The amount of comment and debate about the plans to restore West Pier shows just how much people in Plymouth care about the Barbican and the city’s heritage. But there is some misinformation and misunderstanding about the scheme which is leading to unnecessary anxiety about the plans. We’re as proud of our heritage, including the […]

Plymouth at the forefront of tackling the effects of childhood trauma

Plymouth will become one of the first cities in the country to try an innovative new approach to tackling the effects of childhood trauma. The City Council’s Cabinet are going to be making a commitment to support the work of a Trauma-Informed Network to understand the impact of childhood trauma on people’s behaviour in adulthood. […]

Update on Mount Batten beach

Beaches around the Mount Batten peninsula have been closed for the past few weeks as a precautionary measure after small pieces of low grade asbestos were found, and while we carried out some tests. Asbestos is only an issue if fibres become airborne, and one of the priority actions was to test sand samples to […]