Traders in Plymouth are being invited to an event which offers them the exciting opportunity to meet the buyers of some of the city’s largest employers.
Babcock International Group PLC, Princess Yachts, Balfour Beatty, Kier, Plymouth City Council, University of Plymouth and City College Plymouth are among some of the confirmed organisations that are eager to speak with business owners...
Plymouth City Council is teaming up with Devon and Cornwall Police, its highways contractor Amey and Radio Plymouth to remind pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists to brighten up, now that British Summer Time is over.
The clocks have gone back, the days are getting shorter and winter weather is starting to set in – which means road users are becoming less visible to motorists....
Another seven Plymouth roads will be resurfaced this month in the final phase of a major five-month programme to repair some of the city’s most severely damaged roads.
The programme, which the Council’s highways contractor Amey began in July, is resurfacing whole roads and large sections of road that suffered the worst damage after the prolonged wet weather last winter.
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.
A review of Plymouth’s Council Tax Support scheme is underway nearly one year after its introduction with proposals to give more money back to residents.
The scheme, which has seen more than 16,000 households in the city affected, was introduced in April 2013 following government changes to the benefits system; part of the Coalition's welfare reform agenda.
Don’t let your Bonfire Night go up in smoke is the warning from Plymouth City Council as fireworks hit the shop shelves.
"Fireworks are explosives so they need careful handling and storage. Even sparklers can burn at temperatures of more than 1000 degrees Celsius, 10 times hotter than boiling water," said a Council spokesperson.
It is illegal for under 18s to buy fireworks or...