Tag Archives : Ernesettle


From muddy to magnificent, new path opens up views of Tamar

A new path with stunning views of the Tamar will be formally opened at a special day today (Thursday 13) to celebrate nature on the doorstop at Ernesettle. Councillor Mike Leaves will be cutting the ribbon to the new two kilometre path around the Ernesettle Creek Headland. The path was once an inaccessible river of […]


Help Ernesettle get fruity this half term!

People are being invited to help plant a wild hedge at Ernesettle Creek tomorrow (Tuesday 14 and Thursday 16 February).  The Active Neighbourhoods team will be at the creek planting the hedge with plants that will provide free, healthy, seasonal food including blackthorn, hawthorn, apple and plums. Active Neighbourhoods has teamed up with the ‘Wild […]


Ernesettle project is good to grow!

Neighbours living around open space on Rochford Crescent will be growing their own, on land they now own, thanks to the Four Greens Community Trust and Plymouth City Council. Residents approached the trust to see if they could help with a community food growing and allotment project. Not only did the trust help them set […]


Sites to be transferred to Four Greens Community Trust

A number of Ernesettle sites are being transferred to a community owned trust with the aim of providing jobs, green energy, learning and training opportunities, opportunities for community activity and improved community services and facilities. Plymouth City Council is transferring the land off Ernesettle Lane to Four Greens Community Trust (FGCT) to give local people […]


Plymouth Councillor helps launch national self-build toolkit

Plymouth residents are being encouraged to consider building their own home by a local Councillor who has helped launch the new national self-build toolkit. Councillor Mark Lowry, Cabinet Member for Finance for Plymouth City Council, attended the national Custom and Self-Build Summit held at 10 Downing Street yesterday. The event was held to launch the […]


More Self-Build homes in the pipeline for Plymouth

A number of new self-build housing projects in Plymouth will move a step closer after funding was approved by Plymouth City Council. The Executive Decision signed by Leader of Plymouth City Council, Councillor Tudor Evans, gives the go-ahead for supporting eight self-build serviced plots on two brownfield sites in the city – one at Lancaster […]


Work to begin on 40 new homes for older people in Plymouth

Work is due to begin on the development of 40 new supported homes for older residents in Plymouth. The new specially adapted extra care one and two bedroom flats in Ernesettle are being developed by Aster Homes and its contractor, Leadbitter. Part of Bouygues UK, one of the nation’s leading construction companies, Leadbitter – which […]