Tag Archives : Four Greens Community Trust


Projects to upgrade three libraries to get underway

Plymouth’s plan to transform and modernise its libraries is getting into gear with funding for the first set of improvement projects now approved. Meeting spaces are to be created in three existing libraries at Crownhill, Devonport and Southway so that the buildings can host a wider range of events to encourage people to use libraries […]


Plymouth based community organisation shortlisted for national RICS award

A community organisation which has transformed a derelict building into an active community, business and health and wellbeing hub, has been shortlisted for a prestigious RICS award Four Greens Community Trust (FGCT) Enterprise, Health and Wellbeing hub, based on the site of a former care home in North West Plymouth, has been shortlisted for a […]


Four Greens Community Trust gets ready for business

We’re getting ready for business! That’s the message residents in north Plymouth are being told at a preview of the new-look centre for business and the community. Thanks to a £1.275 million grant from Plymouth City Council, the Four Greens Community Trust has turned an empty care home in Whitleigh into a welcoming building which […]


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 […]


Building a prosperous future for the Four Greens residents

Work has started to turn an empty care home in Whitleigh into a thriving business and community hub designed to create jobs and opportunities for this part of the city. Property services company Ian Williams, which has offices in nearby Tamerton Foliot, was awarded the £1 million project following a competitive tendering process. The company […]


Timetable for business centre underway

It’s full speed ahead for plans to turn an empty building in Whitleigh into a head-quarters and business centre for the Four Greens Community Trust. Planning permission has now been granted to transform the Whitleigh Care Home into a thriving centre for small businesses and a community space, creating around 60 new jobs in an […]


Funding approved for new Four Greens Community Trust HQ

Around 60 new jobs, 22 business units, five new business hubs and three community spaces are in the pipeline for Whitleigh, thanks to funding worth £1.275 million from Plymouth City Council. The Labour Council has approved funding to transform the former Whitleigh Care Home into a headquarters and a business centre for the Four Greens […]