accommodation

Hedley Wood ready to welcome first guests of the holiday season

Hedley Wood will welcome their first holiday guests of the season on Monday 12th April following months of closure due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Despite the park being closed for a large part of the 2020 season the staff on site have been working tirelessly with an upgraded reception area, dog exercise field is now secure and will be getting agility equipment and balls making it more...

Keep Me Close accommodation opens for Plymouth parents

Friday 15 November marked a very special day for hundreds of fundraisers, parents and the neonatal team at Derriford Hospital. The 'Keep Me Close' parental accommodation for parents whose babies are in the care of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) was officially opened.

The accommodation, which has been funded entirely by the ‘Keep Me Close’ appeal, is within walking distance...

Student accommodation ‘changing face of Plymouth’s commercial property scene’

Student accommodation is changing the face of the Plymouth property scene and dramatically altering the range of accommodation available.

That’s the view of Mark Slade from Bruton Knowles’ Plymouth office, who said: “With upwards of 26,000 students in and around the city there is an insatiable appetite for student accommodation in the city. The continued expansion of the university...

Launch of Ocean Crescent: Plymouth’s new lifestyle destination

Plymouth property hunters are invited to the launch of a landmark apartment building at the heart of the city, which is currently undergoing a £1 million revamp following a buy-out by luxury property developer Burrington Estates.

The building, which is located opposite the Pavilions and close to the Millbay regeneration area, also benefits from 9,000 sq ft of space on the ground floor. Burrington Estates is in discussions with various synergistic prospective tenants from the leisure and retail sectors, including gym and business centre operators.

“This was an amazing...

Police and crime chief defends accommodation expense claims

Devon and Cornwall's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Tony Hogg has given a robust response to an article in The Daily Mail that criticises the police chief's expenses claims for accommodation.

In a statement on the PCC's website , Mr Hogg confirms the Mail's central allegation that he has been awarded £650 per month towards accommodation when staying away from his West Cornwall...