Public Bodies and Businesses Talk the Same Langage

Plymouth City Council and Devon County Council strategic transport experts met last week with a group of businesses based at Langage, Plympton to update them on the ongoing and future road and infrastructure schemes around Deep Lane and Sherford and the wider Plymouth area.

The Langage Business Group, led by Matthew Bryant of Kitsons Solicitors, met at the offices of Brewin Dolphin...

More jobs on cards as Langage expands

Up to 100 jobs could be created in Plymouth thanks to a proposed expansion of the Council-owned Langage Business Park.

The Council is taking a pro-active approach and is to invest £3.2 million in the second phase of the park, creating commercial space ready for businesses to move into.

Phase 1 was completed earlier this year and the 30,000sqft high quality scheme was snapped up...

More jobs for Plymouth as Phase 2 of Langage Business Park approved

The next phase of the already successful Langage Business Park has been approved with the promise of more job opportunities for the city.

Plymouth City Council is investing £3.3 million in Phase 2 of the business park, which will be an area of 30,000 square foot which is expected to generate around 80 extra full time jobs.

It follows on from the success of the £2.7 million...

Out of town park draws business to Plymouth fringes

With commercial space under increasing pressure in the centre of Plymouth businesses are being steered to the Langage estate – the northern part of the city’s premier manufacturing location.

Commercial property specialists Bruton Knowles have been instructed by Plymouth City Council to market in excess of 20,000 sq ft of industrial space at Bowman House, just to the north of Beechwood...

New cross-city bus service from Derriford Hospital to Langage

A new cross-city link from Derriford Hospital to Langage will be launched on Monday 4 November as part of a review of Plymouth’s subsidised bus services.

The ‘Plymouth Connect’ – a new and improved Service 14 – will offer much greater coverage than it does currently, linking Derriford Hospital and Langage via Devonport, the city centre, Cattedown, Plymstock and Plympton.