An ambitious plan for what Plymouth and South West Devon could be like in 2034 covering important issues like health, transport, homes, jobs and the economy, green spaces and infrastructure is to be considered by three councils next week.
The Plymouth and South West Devon Joint Local Plan is going to the Full Council in each local authority on the following days:
Urban living could return to Plymouth city centre as part of a move to inject people and a fresh feel into the heart of the city.
More families, couples, as well as singletons could live in new apartments and affordable houses with easy access to cafes, bars and shops through exciting redevelopment schemes designed to bring more life to the city centre.
People across Plymouth are being asked where new homes could be built as the next phase of the Plymouth Plan gets underway.
Residents are being asked to take a good look at their own neighbourhood, as well as the city as a whole, to look at what land could be set aside for homes, for offices and work units and which green spaces they feel need to be improved or protected.
An ambitious and pioneering plan setting out a 15 year vision for a dynamic and growing Plymouth has been given the go-ahead by councillors.
Thousands of people who live and work in Plymouth have been involved in the creation of part one of the Plymouth Plan, which provides a single strategic plan that will guide the city’s direction up to 2031.
Leading urban design specialists are to carry out detailed feasibility studies on Plymouth city centre as part of a masterplanning exercise.
Plymouth City Council has commissioned LDA Design, an independent design, environment and sustainability consultancy, to generate and test ideas for development in the city centre and to turn these ideas into deliverable proposals that will form...
Plymouth’s innovative approach to planning for the future has won a national award for planning excellence.
The Plymouth Plan was last night recognised as the best approach to plan making practice in the country by the Royal Town Planning Institute – the professional body that represents 23,000 planning professionals worldwide and promotes spatial planning, shapes policy and raises...