Tag Archives : city centre


A glimpse into Plymouth 2031

Plymouth residents and businesses can get glimpse into the future in a groundbreaking plan that sets out what life in Plymouth could be like in years to come.   For the first time ever, a single plan setting out the direction for the entire city has been put together after extensive conversations and events involving […]


Council to back the BID for next five years

City centre businesses will benefit from almost £3 million cash and in-kind support from the Council on top of £5 million worth of investment if the Council backs the city centre BID.   Cabinet is being asked to renew its support for the ‘business improvement district’ and back the City Centre Company’s plan to attract […]


Way to go! New map and information boards for Plymouth city centre and waterfront

Work is under way to install a network of new and improved map and information boards around Plymouth’s city centre and waterfront. The new wayfinding signs will make it easier for visitors and residents to navigate their way around Britain’s Ocean City by boat, bike, bus and foot, as well as showcase the city’s spectacular […]


Sea of Poppies for City to Sea in Plymouth?

A sea of poppies could be planted on the walk towards the Hoe’s war memorial as part of the exciting City to Sea project to bring wildflowers into the heart of Plymouth. More details and images of what could be a spectacular wildflower tribute to Plymouth’s proud military past are being unveiled as support for […]


Have your say on the new coach hub for Plymouth

West End traders and residents, taxi and private hire companies, transport operators, as well as passengers are all being invited to comment on proposals for a new coach hub for Plymouth. Plymouth City Council wants to hear what people think about their plans for the hub on the site of the Mayflower West car park […]


Ladies and Gentlemen! Loos in Plymouth City Market now open

New revamped loos are now open to the public at Plymouth City Market. Plymouth City Council has invested over £80,000 in transforming the dated facilities to make them more attractive and bring them up to date. The 10-week project involved installing new drainage systems, new walls and floors, as well as lower ceilings, lighting, new […]