Tag Archives : waterfront


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 […]


Grow Wild goes wild! Last call to cast your vote for Plymouth

Wow! Plymouth’s Grow Wild campaign has gone wild on the web, on twitter and in the streets but time is running out as voting ends on midnight of Tuesday 4 November. Now the Council and its partners are asking for one last push to get the City to Sea the votes it needs to get […]


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 […]


Showreel showcases Britain’s Ocean City at MIPIM

Investors at the country’s number one property trade show will be getting a snapshot of how great Britain’s Ocean City is for business and lifestyle. A team from the Council will be at the event in Olympia this week for MIPIM, which attracts investors, developers, hotel groups, agents and business service providers. And to help them […]


Getting waterfront into gear for cyclists

Families will soon be able to enjoy some of the best views in the city from their saddles, thanks to improvements being made along Plymouth’s spectacular waterfront cycle route. Work on the route, which is part of National Cycle Network Route 27 and connects the Barbican, the Hoe, Millbay and Royal William Yard, will begin […]


Two awards for Plymouth Your Space

A Plymouth project to give new life to empty shops and spaces has picked up two national awards. The Plymouth Your Space project won the ‘diversifying the business mix’ category at the Association for Town & City Management National Partnership awards and then scooped their ‘National Partnership of the Year’ award. City organisations formed a […]


‘An Epic Fishy Tale’ on the beach at Devil’s Point

Making costumes, rehearsing lines, weaving fish…the community of Stonehouse is creating an unforgettable theatrical experience at Devil’s Point this month. ‘An Epic Fishy Tale’ is a play about a little fish that goes on an extraordinary journey of discovery from moor to shore and will highlight the rich biodiversity around the beach at Devil’s Point. […]


Plymouth Your Space shortlisted for award

A Plymouth project designed to make the most of empty buildings and spaces has been shortlisted for an award. Plymouth’s Your Space has caught the eye of judges at the Association for Town Centre Management National Partnership awards and has been shortlisted for the ‘diversifying the business mix’ category. City organisations led by the Council […]


Launch of Plymouth’s Book of Wonder

Over 100 amazing facts about Plymouth have been brought together in a lovely book that will help show off Britain’s Ocean City. The publication features a mixture of quirky and fascinating knowledge nuggets all beautifully illustrated with stunning photographs and designs that will catch the eyes of movers and shakers in the region, Whitehall and […]


Waterfront storm repairs completed for holiday weekend

Contractors have been pulling out the stops to get as much storm damage repaired ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend as possible. Fences, barriers and notices along Plymouth’s waterfront look set to be removed this evening (Friday) following a frantic period of activity to ensure steps and rails leading down to the water’s edge from […]